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JAMA July 11 article on herbals and perioperative care "speculative" and unscientific, group says. Study's recommendations to discontinue garlic use seven days prior to surgery "controversial," AHPA contends, saying data were limited to one anomalous case-study. Association maintains JAMA review "might be best repeated by researchers with a stronger knowledge of herbs," but says article's advice to improve patient-physician communication on preoperative herbal use is worthy of "embrace by the medical community" (1"The Tan Sheet" July 16, p. 7)
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