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Ten-member Corporate Alliance for Integrative Medicine merges with Dietary Supplement Education Alliance, giving DSEA an additional $65,000 in funding. CAIM was formed by a group of supplement companies in 1998 to jointly fund university research on supplements, develop educational initiatives for medical professionals and consumers. Merger is aimed at decreasing administrative duplication, encouraging industry cooperation on educational efforts. CAIM President Elliott Balbert, Natrol's president/CEO, was named DSEA president Feb. 5; he had been serving as the 50-member group's acting chairman since its creation in June (1"The Tan Sheet" June 18, 2001, p. 16)...

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