Forman, David Abstract Epidemiology of gastric carcinoma. Abstract for presentation at Porto meeting – 27th April 2006-04-03 David Forman Professor of Cancer Epidemiology University of Leeds, Leeds, UK Worldwide, there are currently over 900000 new diagnoses of gastric cancer each year making this the 3rd and 5th most common form of cancer in males and females respective
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Integration of Homeopathy into Primary Care Research Consultant for the Society of Homeopaths Published in the National Health Executive journal, December 2008 The potential role of complementary and alternative (CAM) therapies in the future of the National Health Service is an issue which cannot be ignored. Patients vote with their feet, and the popularity of CAM therapies is clear. An esti