What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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Three British universities (Salford, Westminster and Central Lancaster) have stopped or suspended degree programs in "complementary and alternative medicine". One said that the courses were not a good academic fit and the others attributed the their decision to low enrolment. All three universities will continue to offer some 'CAM' courses in other programmes. Article by Zoë Corbyn, Times Higher Education (9th April 2009)