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April 3, 1996

Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine

Author Affiliations

Baylor College of Medicine Houston, Tex
Houston Academy of Medicine Texas Medical Center Library

 

edited by Larry Dossey, bimonthly, US and possessions $48 (individual), $120 (institutional), foreign $65 (individual), $138 (institutional), single copies in US $10, all other countries $12, Aliso Viejo, Calif, InnoVision Communications/American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, March 1995-.

JAMA. 1996;275(13):1034-1035. doi:10.1001/jama.1996.03530370072040

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Abstract

The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine: Research on Paradigm, Practice and Policy, edited by Marc S. Micozzi, quarterly, $89 (individual), $120 (institutional), New York, Mary Ann Liebert, January 1995-.

Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine is edited by Larry Dossey, MD. Coeditors include Jeanne Achterberg, PhD, from the Saybrook Institute, David Riley, MD, of the University of New Mexico, David Reilly, MB, ChB, from the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital, and Cathie Guzzetta, RN, PhD, of Parkland Memorial Hospital. The editorial board of this peer-reviewed journal consists primarily of US-based practitioners, with a large advisory board and an international advisory board. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine is published bimonthly with its first issue released in March 1995.

The purpose and scope are presented in an essay by the executive editor in the first issue. As he states, alternative medicine has always existed and should be carefully examined in an unbiased

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