Mosby's Complementary Alternative Medicine: A Research-Based Approach

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Aliso Viejo, California Anchorage, Alaska
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Harley Goldberg, DO Sandra Sylvester, PhD
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Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research
Davenport, Iowa

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