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Editorial
November 9, 1998

"Conventional" and "Unconventional" MedicineCan They Be Integrated?

Arch Intern Med. 1998;158(20):2179-2181. doi:10.1001/archinte.158.20.2179

THIS ISSUE of the ARCHIVES, as well as the 8 other specialty journals and jama, is dedicated to complementary, alternative, and integrated medicine. Complementary and alternative medicine are also termed unconventional medical therapy, which Eisenberg et al1 have defined as "medical interventions that are not taught extensively at US medical schools or generally provided at US hospitals." Conventional medicine can then be defined as medical interventions that are taught extensively at US medical schools and generally provided at US hospitals.

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