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Cross-disciplinary collaboration builds the case for nutritional therapy

Growth in public awareness of integrative medicine is the result of cooperative efforts, but better cooperation could push it further into the mainstream.

Talk to anybody who has worked long enough in one of the nutrition oriented healthcare disciplines and it is easy to hear the echo of a voice in the wilderness, one of a whole chorus of voices, isolated but in unison, on the fringes of what was considered healthcare. Listening to them now, however, is to hear of a wilderness tamed, a busy, well-lighted place with roads and powerlines and high speed internet.

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