CAM Use In Minority Populations Research To Be Funded By NCCAM
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
NCCAM-funded studies of minority populations' use of complementary and alternative medicine could include epidemiological, health services and outcomes research, an April 11 program announcement states
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