NCCAM revamps Web site
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive Summary"Easier navigation," enhanced content, contemporary appearance are new features of NIH center's Web site, 1http://nccam.nih.gov, unveiled May 28 at National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine advisory council meeting in Rockville, Md. Site's new architecture allows for easier searching. For example, clinical trial information can be found by searching "Treatment or Therapy" or "Disease or Condition." Future upgrades to site could include addition of audio/video features, NCCAM says...
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