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Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Urological Symptoms (CAMUS)Grant Why?
Applicability of discrete-choice methods to economic evaluations of complementary and alternative medicine.Academic Article Why?
Association between use of complementary/alternative medicine and health-related behaviors among health fair participants.Academic Article Why?
Complementary and alternative medicine use among Veterans Affairs outpatients.Academic Article Why?
Complementary and alternative medicine use among newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients.Academic Article Why?
Complementary and alternative medicine: nurses' attitudes and knowledge.Academic Article Why?
Developing appropriate measures of the benefits of complementary and alternative medicine.Academic Article Why?
Insurance coverage and subsequent utilization of complementary and alternative medicine providers.Academic Article Why?
Mental health visits to complementary and alternative medicine providers.Academic Article Why?
Sex differences in motives for use of complementary and alternative medicine among cancer patients.Academic Article Why?
Use of complementary and alternative medicine for temporomandibular disorders.Academic Article Why?
Willingness to participate in complementary and alternative medicine clinical trials among patients with craniofacial disorders.Academic Article Why?
Complementary and Alternative Medicine in an Integrated Health Care Delivery System: Users of Chiropractic, Acupuncture, and Massage Services.Academic Article Why?
Association Between Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use and Breast Cancer Chemotherapy Initiation: The Breast Cancer Quality of Care (BQUAL) Study.Academic Article Why?
Comparison of complementary and alternative medicine with conventional mind-body therapies for chronic back pain: protocol for the Mind-body Approaches to Pain (MAP) randomized controlled trial.Academic Article Why?
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