Heal thyself

Podolsky, Doug; Rubin, Rita
November 1993
U.S. News & World Report;11/22/93, Vol. 115 Issue 20, p64
Discusses the latest reports on the merits of nonmedical healing which suggests that monitoring often is all that's needed to treat a condition. Findings mesh nicely with current efforts to control runaway health costs; Some of the latest reports that suggest this type of treatment; Kylanne Green, director of managed care at the Health Insurance Association of America, expects the wait-and-see option to become part of practice guidelines. INSET: When to watch and wait..


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