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Is Integrative Medicine the Medicine of the Future?

Is Integrative Medicine the Medicine of the Future? SPECIAL ARTICLE A Debate Between Arnold S. Relman, MD, and Andrew Weil, MD able format. Both doctors will have 15 minutes for opening state- Editor’s Note: I believe that many of our readers will be interested ments, followed by 5 minutes for a in the transcript of this debate, which was held at the Arizona Health rebuttal from each one. After that, I Sciences Center, Tucson, on April 9, 1999. It pits Dr Andrew Weil, the will pose questions submitted by the leading proponent of integrative medicine, against a very distin- participants but not shared with guished adversary: Dr Arnold S. Relman, editor-in-chief emeritus of the their opponent in advance. There New England Journal of Medicine. will be 3 minutes allotted for each James E. Dalen, MD, MPH response. The debate will close with concluding remarks from both doc- DALEN: Now it is my pleasure to in- Medical School, Boston, Mass. Dr Rel- tors, and I would remind the audi- troduce Dan Rutz, senior medical man is a fellow of the American Acad- ence here in the studio to withhold correspondent for CNN, who has emy of Arts and Sciences, a member their applause until the conclusion graciously agreed http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Internal Medicine American Medical Association

Is Integrative Medicine the Medicine of the Future?

JAMA Internal Medicine , Volume 159 (18) – Oct 11, 1999

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American Medical Association
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Copyright 1999 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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2168-6106
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2168-6114
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10.1001/archinte.159.18.2122
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Abstract

SPECIAL ARTICLE A Debate Between Arnold S. Relman, MD, and Andrew Weil, MD able format. Both doctors will have 15 minutes for opening state- Editor’s Note: I believe that many of our readers will be interested ments, followed by 5 minutes for a in the transcript of this debate, which was held at the Arizona Health rebuttal from each one. After that, I Sciences Center, Tucson, on April 9, 1999. It pits Dr Andrew Weil, the will pose questions submitted by the leading proponent of integrative medicine, against a very distin- participants but not shared with guished adversary: Dr Arnold S. Relman, editor-in-chief emeritus of the their opponent in advance. There New England Journal of Medicine. will be 3 minutes allotted for each James E. Dalen, MD, MPH response. The debate will close with concluding remarks from both doc- DALEN: Now it is my pleasure to in- Medical School, Boston, Mass. Dr Rel- tors, and I would remind the audi- troduce Dan Rutz, senior medical man is a fellow of the American Acad- ence here in the studio to withhold correspondent for CNN, who has emy of Arts and Sciences, a member their applause until the conclusion graciously agreed

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Published: Oct 11, 1999

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