While lacking recognition in general, complementary and alternative medicine providers may help the nation meet its primary care needs, a whitepaper from the Primary Care Project of the Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care said. Legislators should fund research on patients who use CAM and study the practice's contributions to health care, the authors said.
CAM may help satisfy U.S. primary care needs, group says
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