More hospitals offering complementary and alternative treatments
USA Today, September 15, 2008
To meet patient demand and enhance the hospital experience, more hospitals offer patients complementary and alternative treatments. The American Hospital Association says today that 37% of hospitals around the USA make complementary and alternative treatments available, and a similar survey by the hospital group in 2005 found that one in four hospitals offered such services.
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