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2011 Newsletters as PDF

October 2011 newsletter – Cochrane Collaboration, Milk Thistle

September 2011 newsletter – undereducated physicians, free-range chickens, organic soy, EVIDENCE

August 2011  (Part II) newsletter – doctors making decisions for patients, are there major cancer breakthroughs?, toxic celery

August 2011 (Part I) newsletter – Comparative Effectiveness Research, meaning-based therapies

July 2011 newsletter – Supportive cancer care (Athens), quantity and quality of vegetables, endometrial cancer and vit D

June 2011 newsletter – mushrooms, whey, orthomolecular medicine

May 2011 newsletter – supportive care, anti-angiogenic foods

April 2011 newsletter – Advocacy information/more

March 2011 newsletter – 4th Evidence-based conference, nutrition issues

February 2011 newsletter – spices and herbs, clove tea for diarrhea

January 2011 newsletter – physical activity


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