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A Practical Guide to Complementary Therapies

A Practical Guide to Complementary Therapies

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A Practical Guide to
Complementary Therapies
for People Living with HIV 
Funding has been providedby Health Canada, under theCanadian Strategy on
HIV/AIDS
 
CATIE
would like to thank the following people for working with us to help producethis guide. Their time and knowledge were invaluable and much appreciated.
CATIE
thanks Health Canada’s Natural Health Products Research Program and theCanadian Strategy on HIV/AIDS for funding this guide.
Mission Statement
The Canadian
AIDS
Treatment Information Exchange (
CATIE
) iscommitted to improving the health and quality of life of all people living with
HIV/AIDS
(
PHA 
s) in Canada.
CATIE
serves
PHA 
s, and the people and organizations that supportthem, by providing accessible, accurate, unbiased and timely treatment information.
CATIE
works in partnership with a network of other information providers to ensurethat people have access to the information they need, in the form they desire, to makeinformed health care choices.
Permission to Reproduce
This document is copyrighted. It may be reprinted and distributed in itsentirety for non-commercial purposes without prior permission, but permission must be obtainedto edit its content. The following credit must appear on any reprint:
This information was provided by the Canadian
AIDS 
Treatment Information Exchange ( 
CATIE 
). For more information, contact 
CATIE 
at 1 800 263-1638.
Disclaimer
Decisions about particular medical treatments should always be made in consultation witha qualified medical practitioner knowledgeable about HIV-related illness and the treatments in question.The Canadian
AIDS
Treatment Information Exchange (
CATIE
) in good faith provides informationresources to help people living with
HIV/AIDS
who wish to manage their own health care in partner-ship with their care providers. Information accessed through or published or provided by 
CATIE
,however, is not to be considered medical advice. We do not recommend or advocate particulartreatments and we urge users to consult as broad a range of sources as possible. We strongly urgeusers to consult with a qualified medical practitioner prior to undertaking any decision, use oraction of a medical nature.We do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information accessed through or publishedor provided by 
CATIE
. Users relying on this information do so entirely at their own risk. Neither
CATIE
nor Health Canada nor any of their employees, directors, officers or volunteers may be heldliable for damages of any kind that may result from the use or misuse of any such information. Theviews expressed herein or in any article or publication accessed or published or provided by 
CATIE
are solely those of the authors and do not reflect the policies or opinions of 
CATIE
or the officialpolicy of the Minister of Health Canada.
Advisory Committee
First edition (1999)
Bruce Ally, PhD (doctor of Ayurvedicmedicine and doctor of acupuncture)David A. Bray (doctor of traditionalChinese medicine)Rogers Lewis (herbalist)Ken Luby (naturopathic doctor)Bernard Robinson (2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations)
Revised edition (2004)
Paul R. Saunders, PhD(naturopathic doctor)Sean Hosein (CATIE)
Contributors
Kelly Smith (Chinese Medicine andAcupuncture Association of Canada)Jan McClory (Shiatsu Diffusion Society)Patrick Les (Integrated Insights)Carl Orr (Union of Ontario Indians)
Authors (first edition)
Lori LyonsDevan Nambiar
Editor (revised edition)
Timothy Rogers
Design, Layout and Illustration
Metagrafix DesignCanadian
AIDS
TreatmentInformation Exchange (
CATIE
)
Contact CATIE
By telephone 
1-800-263-1638416-203-7122
By fax 
416-203-8284
By e-mail 
info@catie.ca
On the web
http://www.catie.ca
By mail 
555 Richmond Street WestSuite 505, Box 1104Toronto, OntarioM5V 3B1 Canada© 2004,
CATIE
.
All rights reserved.
A Practical Guide to
Complementary Therapies
for People Living with HIV 
Revised 2004 

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