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Research outputs: TRADITIONAL HEALERS
2015 Utilization and practice of traditional/complementary/alternative medicine (T/CAM) in Southeast Asian nations (ASEAN) member states
The objective of this study was to conduct a systematic review of published and unpublished research investigating the prevalence of Traditi...
The objectives of this study were to determine the prevalence and acceptability of male circumcision among young men in four of nine provinc...
Healers seek to help patients understand the sociocultural basis of their health conditions, and how they can recognize, activate, or utiliz...