This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine has awarded more than $11 mil. in two five-year grants to support CAM research, NIH center announces Oct. 29. Doctors at Oregon State University will study relationship between antioxidants and lateral sclerosis, while physicians at Massachusetts General Hospital will investigate acupuncture and human brain activity. Program reflects plan to partner conventional institutions with CAM research centers "in an innovative effort to advance research on widely used CAM practices"...
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