Online CME: Complementary and Alternative Medicine for IBS

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November 23, 2010

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The differences between pro-, pre-, syn-, and postbiotics; complementary and alternative medicine therapies that may be effective in treating irritable bowel syndrome; the limitations of these therapies; the contraindications of probiotics; and the specific probiotic that has demonstrated benefit in patients with IBS are all reviewed in this program.

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