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What is meant by complementary and alternative medicines?
Complementary and alternative therapies are a diverse group of practices and products not considered part of conventional (mainstream) medicine. Although 'complementary and alternative' is often used as a single category, it can be useful to make a distinction between the two different ways of using these treatments. Complementary therapies are used together with conventional medicine while alternative therapies are used instead of conventional medicine, although they are sometimes used at the same time as, but not in deliberate concert with, conventional medicine. 'Integrative medicine' is a term used to refer to treatments that combine conventional medicine with those complementary therapies for which there is reasonable evidence of safety and effectiveness.
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