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As well as being a signposting system Shared Care is deliberately designed to be a thought provoking site, especially for those with a professional interest in advancing the cause of complementary medicine in its efforts to achieve the same levels of repute and respectability as mainstream medicine.

Because the only way of making progress towards our stated objectives is to face and solve the difficult questions these need to be correctly framed and addressed.


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