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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Congratulations!!

One of my favorite things about working for the Bossier Arts Council is that we rent our space at an affordable cost to other arts organizations and groups.  One of those very exciting clubs is the Shreveport Writers Club.  We are very proud of their members accomplishments.  Last night Dr. Anil Minocha shared with me the release of his newest book A Guide to Alternative Medicine and the Digestive System.  If you are interested in purchasing a copy click here.  Below you will find the publisher description.

  A Guide to Alternative Medicine and the Digestive System

A Guide to Alternative Medicine and the Digestive System is unique in that it provides answers to many practical medical questions, all in one comprehensive resource.

This single-authored handbook by Dr. Anil Minocha contains content supported by close to a 1,000 scientific citations. A Guide to Alternative Medicine and the Digestive System discusses the supportive evidence, and addresses safety issues, side-effects, and drug interactions.

Dr. Anil Minocha is Board-certified in gastroenterology, internal medicine, nutrition as well as fellowship trained in clinical pharmacology and medical toxicology. This extensive background brings a systematic approach to evaluating, treating, and managing patients with alternative medicine options when treating conditions related to the digestive system.

Readers will find more than 70 chapters of succinct information written in a user-friendly format inside A Guide to Alternative Medicine and the Digestive System.

Testimonials:
“Dr. Anil Minocha is well-known for writing useful, practical guides for quality care. His newest text, A Guide to Alternative Medicine and the Digestive System is no disappointment. This is an eloquent and elegant evidence-based approach to a challenging area.”
                -Jack A. Di Palma, MD, University of South Alabama, Former President of the American College of Gastroenterology

“Dr. Minocha is to be applauded for his courage in tackling an issue, CAM, that the medical profession has traditionally chosen to ignore in the hope that it would simply go away. That CAM has stubbornly refused to disappear is a testament to its popularity with the general population and demands that we take it seriously, analyze why it is used and by whom and critically assess its efficacy and risks. For providing us with an accessible, fair and comprehensive critique of CAM in the context of modern medical practice, we all owe a debt of gratitude to Dr. Minocha."
            -Eamonn Quigley, MD, University College Cork, Ireland , Former President of the American College of Gastroenterology

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