Integrative Medicine Council To Focus On Education, Public Policy
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
One of the National Integrative Medicine Council's top priorities is to play an intermediary role between medical schools looking to offer integrative medicine programs and legislators seeking to reauthorize the Public Health Service Act during the 107th Congress, according to Executive Director Matt Russell.
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