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Harvard Medical School to create institute for nontraditional medicine.

Research will address treatments such as acupuncture, herbal therapies, and massage and examine the ways in which they interact with traditional medicine. "You can't practice medicine these days without knowing what patients are doing, and a tremendous amount of them are doing it," said Dr. Dan Federman, who helped develop Harvard's new program. The program, established with a $10 million gift from San Francisco philanthropist Bernard Osher and $2 million from the school, will work in conjunction with a similar one at the University of California at San Francisco. Associated Press, May 15, 2001.

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