The presence of the fledgling Office of Alter native Medicine (OAM) in the National Institutes of Health is indicative that many thoughtful people in the United States are now considering the effectiveness of a range of treatments outside the medical mainstream. Some therapies being tested are even in direct opposition to conventional medicine.
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