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Complementary therapy and genital warts
  1. D Goldmeier1,
  2. P Madden2,
  3. C Lacey3,
  4. K Legg4,
  5. N Tamm4,
  6. M Cowen4
  1. 1St Mary’s Hospital, London W2 1NY, UK
  2. 2Imperial College London, UK
  3. 3Hull York Medical School, UK
  4. 4Imperial College London, UK
  1. Correspondence to:
 D Goldmeier
 St Mary’s Hospital, London W2 1NY, UK;

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Complementary therapy (CT) is now the second biggest growth industry in Europe (after IT). Up to 20% of the UK population visit a complementary therapist each year and as much as £5 billion is spent annually on such therapies.1 In the United States this figure is $30 billion. The National Institutes of Health in the United States are keen to fund good scientific studies showing efficacy of CT, in order to “disseminate authoritative information to the public and professionals”.2 Objective data gathering is all the more important as a large majority of physicians view CT very negatively.3

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