Associations representing practitioners of acupuncture, Ayurvedic medicine, massage therapy, chiropractic and other CAM modalities all reported surges in membership last year, with most experiencing double-digit growth. The number of schools specializing in training CAM practitioners has soared, attracting a student body that now includes many medical doctors. Strides in licensure, school accreditation and clinical research findings validating treatment modalities have all helped fuel the ris
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