Wellness East and West: Achieving Optimum Health Through Integrative Medicine
An investigation of integrative medicine, a blend of eastern and western medicine. It discusses the history, problems and promises inherent in both practices. Through interviews with western physicians, Oriental practitioners, and their patients, it explores the future of integrated healthcare.
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The Birth of Integrative Medicine
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