Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Canada: Trends in Use and Public Attitudes, 1997-2006

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The term complementary and alternative medicines is usually used to describe medical therapies, practices, and products that are not typically seen as a part of conventional medicine, or that are not taught widely in medical schools or commonly available in North American hospitals.

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