An approach for integrating complementary-alternative medicine into primary care.

@article{Frenkel2003AnAF,
  title={An approach for integrating complementary-alternative medicine into primary care.},
  author={Moshe A Frenkel and Jeffrey Michael Borkan},
  journal={Family practice},
  year={2003},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={
          324-32
        }
}
BACKGROUND Despite family practitioners frequently being requested to assist their patients with advice on or referrals to complementary-alternative medicine (CAM), there is an absence both of evidence about the efficacy of nearly all specific treatments or modalities and of guidelines to assist with the integration of conventional and CAM therapies. OBJECTIVE The aim of this article is to suggest a comprehensive and rational, best-evidence strategy for integrating CAM by primary care… CONTINUE READING
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