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Doctors share alternative medicine prize worth $250,000 October 2, 2009

Posted by Dreamhealer in Alternative medicine.
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VANCOUVER β€” Two providers of alternative and complementary health care were awarded a lucrative prize Friday night in Vancouver to recognize non-conventional health services.

The $250,000 Prize for Achievement in Complementary and Alternative Medicine was split by Dr. Badri (Bud) Rickhi of Calgary and Dr. Hal Gunn of Vancouver.

The prize is named for Dr. Roger Hayward Rogers, who began offering alternative medicine in the 1970s and founded the Centre for Integrated Therapy in Vancouver. The prize is designed to raise awareness of complementary and alternative medicine and to recognize its practitioners.

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