Survey finds increased use of alternative healthcare

March 1998
NCAHF Newsletter (08903417);Mar/Apr98, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p1
Presents information on the results of a survey regarding the forms of alternative care used by people. Ranking of alternative treatments; Statistical data showing the people's views on acupuncture; Reasons for positive attitudes toward alternative care.


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