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- xxiii, 276 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- "The Encyclopedia of Complementary and Alternative Medicine is a useful source of information concerning medicines and treatments that may supplement standard Western medical practices and improve the lives of many people." "This book includes more than 400 detailed entries, in addition to appendixes featuring lists of professional and lay organizations, herbs used in medicine disciplines, and a historic time line of complementary and alternative therapies. A glossary, bibliography, and index also help make this an important resource for both general readers and professionals in medical fields."--BOOK JACKET.Includes bibliographical references and index