CAM Web Site Standards Board Proposed By White House Commission
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The quality and accuracy of CAM information on the Internet should be improved by creating a voluntary standards board, the White House Commission on Complementary & Alternative Medicine Policy says in its final report
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