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Letters The New York Times Chose Not to Print: #2

I wanted to make sure you saw this one because it’s relevant to the 2nd anniversary of the BP Oil Spill and because Joe Nocera’s tone and column were so troubling-and The Times’ response to informed criticism, absent. No Letters to The Editor were published about this column.

What follows is my Letter that didn’t get published, and a link to the original piece titled “The Phony Settlement.”
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Hot off the Presses: Research & Reports

Lots of big reports have been coming across our screens lately, and here are several that might interest you:

– Integrative Medicine in America: How Integrative Medicine Is Being Practiced in Clinical Centers Across the United States

 Sponsored by The Bravewell Collaborative, the report  “…provides current data on the patient populations and health conditions most commonly treated with integrative strategies.

In a survey of 29 U.S. integrative medicine centers, 75 percent reported success using integrative practices to treat chronic pain and more than half reported positive results for gastrointestinal conditions, depression and anxiety, cancer and chronic stress.

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