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Commentary 

 

Can Chiropractic Save Clinical Research?

Eric L. Zielinski, B.A. Bio 

 

Journal of Philosophy, Principles & Practice of Chiropractic ~ December 30, 2012 ~ Pages 51-54

 

Abstract


In light of the negative press clinical research has received within the past decade, the purpose of this paper is to discuss the current state of affairs of clinical research and to describe how chiropractic researchers are uniquely positioned to gain acceptance and support from the media and from patients in the health care system.

 

Key Words: Clinical research, subluxation, chiropractic, drug companies, corruption