Alternative medicine--what works: a comprehensive, easy-to-read review of the scientific evidence, pro and con

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Odonian Press, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 255 pages
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A comprehensive review of the scientific evidence for and against unconventional medical treatments, Alternative Medicine: What Works is easy for laypeople to read yet rigorous enough to convince the most hidebound M.D. Clear, accessible terminology provides scientific proof that any alternative treatments are indeed effective.

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In scientific yet accessible language that speaks to both the lay reader and the professional, Fugh-Berman, a former field coordinator at the Office of Alternative Medicine, evaluates the peer-reviewed literature for 25 popular alternative therapies. A winner for all consumer collections. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
5
NOTC TO MCDICAL PROFCSSIONALS
17
AYU RVCDA AN D YOGA
36
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Dr. Mike Peters has had a long and successful career in general practice; he has spent time working as a clinical assistant, and has provided medical care at clinics for the homeless in London.
Foreword by Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD, associate professor in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at the Georgetown University School of Medicine.

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