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Qatar to regulate alternative medicine

23 June 2010

Qatar's Supreme Council of Health (SCH) is working on a comprehensive policy to organise and regulate the alternative medicine sector, the Peninsula has reported. "There is a need for alternative medicine in the country and we must address that need in a safe way. We must ensure that fraudsters don't enter the market in the name of alternative medicine. This calls for strict supervision as well as standards and regulations to organise and monitor the sector," Dr Jamal Rashid Al Khanji, director of the medical licensing department at SCH, told the daily.

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