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NIH Advisors Back Insuring Complementary, Alternative Solutions To Drugs For Health Care

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Consumers with chronic pain spend less in co-pays for pain medications than they would for natural remedies or treatments such as chiropractic or acupuncture because few insurance plans pay for alternative care, NIH advisory committee members say.

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