Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Children – Time to Enter the Evidence- Based Era

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Gideon Koren

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Alternative Medicine for Children, Time to Enter

Abstract

Children receive natural health products and other forms of complementary and alternative medicine that lack evidence of safety and efficacy. The Toronto Hospital for Sick Children has established a national research support program to address this knowledge gap. A May 2007 Toronto Scientific forum presents cutting edge research in this area.

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