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ple back to work who would otherwise not go back to work, it would pay for the entire investment in the team and the maintenance of the team, just through reductions in disability costs, replacement costs, and worker productivity costs," said lead author David Eisenberg, MD, of Harvard Medical School. "If the model could be shown to be effective, reproducible, and then tested in a larger study, companies would want these to be available. This would then result in having third party reimbursement for these kinds of integrative models available for the first time regardless of socio-economic background," he added.

Abstract 366 Testing a Model of Integrative Care in an Academic Health Center: Results of a Pilot Study
Eisenberg DM, Post DE, Hrbek AL, Connelly MT, Levy D, O'Connor B, Cunningham M, Davis RB, Cohen MH, Cherkin DC, Buring JE

May 26, 2006 at 11:15AM
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Presenting Author: Shelly Vik
University of Calgary
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Research Finds Relatively Low Rate of Potential Drug-Herb Interactions

As more and more individuals are taking complementary and alternative medicines in addition to prescription and over-the-counter drugs without consulting their physicians, there is an increasing concern about potential drug-herb interactions in patients. To assess the situation in patients with osteoporosis, researchers conducted a study on the prevalence of potential drug-herb interactions among participants in the Canadian Multicentre Osteoporosis Study, a prospective cohort study evaluating prevalence, incidence, and determinants of osteoporosis. Their data will be presented at The North American Research Conference on Complementary and Integrative Medicine held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, May 24th-27th, 2006.

Participants aged >25 years were recruited to the study in 1995, and the data for this analysis were collected between 2001-2002, during 5


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