Alternative Medicine Under Pressure

1. Angell M and Kassirer JP.  Alternative medicine – the risks of untested and unregulated remedies.  NEJM.  1998;339:839-841.

2. Weissmann G.  The Atlanta Falcon and Tono-Bungay:  Dietary supplements as subprime drugs. [Editorial]  The FASEB Journal.  2009;23:1279-1282.

3. Kurtzweil P.  How to spot health fraud.  U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Obtained here on 09-16-09.

4. American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association 2009 Blog.  Obtained here on 09-13-09.

5. A quote coined by Feyerabend.  Cited in Happle R. The essence of alternative medicine.  A dermatologist’s view from Germany.  Archives of Dermatology.  1998;134:1455-1460. 

6. Ohio State University Veterinary Continuing Education Program. Introduction to Animal Reiki for Veterinary Professionals course.  2 CE hours.  Brochure downloaded here on 09-12-09.

7. Ohio State University Veterinary Continuing Education Program. Introduction to Animal Reiki for Veterinary Professionals course.  2 CE hours.  Brochure downloaded here on 09-12-09.

8. Tufts University E-News.  East-West synergy.  Obtained here on 09-12-09.

9. Williams D and Locke L.  Letter to the Colorado Horse Council on the End of the 2007 Legislative Session Report.  Obtained here on 09-12-09.

10. Johnson C.  Keeping a critical eye on chiropractic. [editorial].  J Manipulative Physiol Ther.  2008;31:559-561.

11. Barrett S. Applied kinesiology:  phony muscle-testing for “allergies” and “nutrient deficiencies”.  Obtained here on 09-12-09.

12. Lloyd S and Martin SA.  Controlled trial on the effects of radionic healing and anthelmintics on faecal egg counts in horses.  Veterinary Record.  2006;158(21):734-737.

13. Chesney CJ.  [Letter to the editor]  Radionics and repeatability.  Veterinary Record.  2006; 158(24):839-840.  Comment on Lloyd S and Martin SA.  Controlled trial on the effects of radionic healing and anthelmintics on faecal egg counts in horses.  Veterinary Record.  2006;158(21):734-737.

14. Barrett S.  Rife machine operator sued.  Obtained here on 09-12-09.

15. ACCME.  Validation of the Clinical Content of CME. The ACCME Expectations of Providers and of the Accreditation Process.  Obtained here on 09-12-09.

16. Johnson C.  Keeping a critical eye on chiropractic. [editorial].  J Manipulative Physiol Ther.  2008;31:559-561.

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