W

hen unproven “natural” therapies take root at top academic medical centers, it worries many doctors and scientists.

Proponents, however, point out that modern medicine can’t cure every patient — and they say it’s important to keep alternative therapies in mind, even if they haven’t been tested in rigorous clinical trials.

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