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    NHS Backing for Complementary Therapies

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    Government watchdog breaks new ground by giving cautious endorsement of some complementary medicines in treating multiple sclerosis.

    James Meikle, health correspondent, Tuesday November 25, 2003, The Guardian

    The role of complementary therapies such as fish oils, reflexology and t'ai chi in treating disease are recognised for the first time in official NHS guidance published today.

    The cautious and still only partial endorsement of the possible benefits from such treatments in easing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis comes from the government’s clinical watchdog for the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (Nice).

    To read the full article click here http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,3604,1092416,00.html.

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