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Complementary Therapies For Pharmacists
In recent years, there has been an enormous increase in the publics' interest in, and demand for, alternative or complementary medical treatments and many community pharmacists have responded byExpand
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The use of Arsenicum album 30c to complement conventional treatment of neonatal diarrhoea (‘scours’) in calves
Abstract In a pilot double blind study carried out in Scotland, the effect of supplementing a conventional treatment plan with homoeopathic ArsenicumExpand
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Homeopathy and infectious disease: controversies raised by the recent foot-and-mouth disease and anthrax outbreaks.
  • S. Kayne
  • Medicine
  • Journal of alternative and complementary medicine
  • 1 February 2002
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Survey on the teaching of complementary medicine in British schools of pharmacy
Abstract The 16 UK schools of pharmacy were surveyed to investigate whether undergraduate students were exposed to teaching in complementary medicine. 56% replied positively, with course varying inExpand
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COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE AND THE PHARMACIST
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Chapter 5 – Global Perspectives
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Homoeopathic pharmacy : an introduction and handbook
PART 1 INTRODUCTION: the Complementary Approach to Health. The Development of Homoeopathy. The Spread of Homoeopathy. PART 2 PROCEDURES: Preparing the Remedy. Supply of a Named Remedy. Over theExpand
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HOMEOPATHY : DEMAND AND SCEPTICISM
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