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Researchers find that vast majority of families who use complementary treatments are selecting those generally considered safe
January 11, 2014

 


A new study supports earlier findings that many families are using complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) for their children with autism. In addition, it found that the vast majority of families who use such nontraditional therapies choose approaches generally considered safe.

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