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CAM

CAM

Abbreviation for:
cell adhesion molecule
chorioallantoic membrane
chorioamnionitis
complementary and alternative medicine (Medspeak-UK)
computer-assisted myelography
computerised anatomical man
congenital adenomatoid malformation
contralateral axillary metastasis
cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, methotrexate
cystic adenomatoid malformation

CAM

Abbreviation for cell adhesion molecule;
complementary and alternative medicine.

CAM

A brand name for EPHEDRINE in the form of an elixir.

CAM

see CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM.

CAM

Abbreviation for complementary and alternative medicine.
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Table-1: Showing frequency distribution of modes of treatment proposed by complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) healers.
It is, therefore, not surprising that a handful of universities in the West research CAM to generate evidence-base and/or disprove its efficacy.
Cam said the government must not belittle the whistleblowers.
This study found that senior pharmacy students at USM have a great interest in and positive perceptions about CAM. The findings were to some extent similar to those reported in another study which focused on CAM education in US' pharmacy schools.
This resource was developed based on a series of NCCAM-sponsored focus groups where healthcare providers identified the need for an evidence-based, one-stop place to answer their patients' questions on CAM. With this need in mind, NCCAM developed a resource that provides reliable, objective and evidenced-based information on CAM, including: links to relevant clinical practice guidelines; safety and effectiveness information; links to systematic reviews; summaries of research studies; scientific literature searches; programs for continuing education credit; and patient fact sheets.
* The American Cancer Society's CAM page (www.cancer.org/Treatment/TreatmentsandSideEffects/ComplementaryandAlternativeMedicine/com plementary-and-alternative-methods-for-cancer-management)
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Adults primarily reported using complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies to help manage chronic pain such as back, neck, or joint pain, as well as arthritis.