Parker University exec calls for 'social movement' for chiropractors The president of Dallas, Texas-based Parker University has posed a challenge to chiropractors to pursue a “social movement” that will unify doctors of chiropractic towards a common goal.
Researchers call for increased access to full results of medical studies About $240 billion is spent globally on medical studies each year, but only about half of the results end up being made public for use by other researchers and doctors treating patients.
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