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NCCAM Working Group On CAM & Cancer Picks Up Where CAPCAM Left Off

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Creation of an NCCAM working group to review data on potentially promising CAM therapies for cancer was backed by all members of the National Advisory Council for Complementary & Alternative Medicine during a June 2 meeting

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First meeting tentatively scheduled for January 2004; members will include representatives from the National Advisory Council on Complementary & Alternative Medicine as well as basic and clinical investigators, practitioners, clinicians and a patient advocate, NCCAM says. The center's advisory council approved creating the working group in June after NCI's Cancer Advisory Panel for CAM lost its charter in February (1"The Tan Sheet" June 9, 2003, p. 18). As proposed, the working group will review data on promising CAM cancer therapies and weigh in on the merits of commencing or continuing research on them...

NCCAM cancer working group

First meeting tentatively scheduled for January 2004; members will include representatives from the National Advisory Council on Complementary & Alternative Medicine as well as basic and clinical investigators, practitioners, clinicians and a patient advocate, NCCAM says. The center's advisory council approved creating the working group in June after NCI's Cancer Advisory Panel for CAM lost its charter in February (1"The Tan Sheet" June 9, 2003, p. 18). As proposed, the working group will review data on promising CAM cancer therapies and weigh in on the merits of commencing or continuing research on them...

NCCAM cancer working group

First meeting tentatively scheduled for January 2004; members will include representatives from the National Advisory Council on Complementary & Alternative Medicine as well as basic and clinical investigators, practitioners, clinicians and a patient advocate, NCCAM says. The center's advisory council approved creating the working group in June after NCI's Cancer Advisory Panel for CAM lost its charter in February (1"The Tan Sheet" June 9, 2003, p. 18). As proposed, the working group will review data on promising CAM cancer therapies and weigh in on the merits of commencing or continuing research on them...

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