An Argument for Inclusion of Alternatives in Health Care

An Argument for Inclusion of Alternatives in Health Care

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by Don Ingwerson

Since complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) include the area of prayer, I  keep abreast of reports that mention CAM. The attached report mentions alternative and complementary medicines. In prior reports, prayer was the leading alternative medicine used by the public (49%). I found this report interesting and I’m sharing it with you. I hope you find the information informative and I am happy to respond to any questions you may have.

US Spending On Complementary And Alternative Medicine During 2002–08 Plateaued, Suggesting Role In Reformed Health System (http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/32/1/45.abstract)

 

 

About the author

Don Ingwerson Don regularly blogs on health and spirituality and lives in Laguna Beach with his wife - both Christian Science practitioners. He brings his years serving the public in education to his work as a liaison of Christian Science, where he maintains contacts with the media and legislative offices.

Comments

  1. Pamela says

    Thanks Don, always appreciate your keeping us abreast of what is out there. I found the information you shared very informative.

  2. says

    Hi Don,
    I tried to read the article that you linked to, but it’s behind a pay wall. I’d love to read the PDF or full text – can you make that available at all?

    Thanks for all your good work!

    -Michael

  3. Don Ingwerson says

    Michael, I do not have a subscription which would make the total article available. The information I needed was contained in the abstract. Sorry.