CM scholarships to help build research base

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Complementary Medicines Australia has welcomed the announcement of three new complementary medicine scholarships by the National Institute of Complementary Medicine in partnership with the Blackmores Institute. The scholarships aim to further build on the research base for nutritional and herbal medicines to better inform and guide clinicians, health professionals, policy makers and consumers. “This is

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