The Orchid Story: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Randomised feasibility pilot study using Chinese Herbal medicine to explore Impact on Dysfunction. A Summary of Findings
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The Orchid Story
Thank you to all the practitioners and patients who were involved in the ORCHID research study. I set up this research study in January 2013 as part of my PhD research to explore the effects of Chinese herbal medicine for polycystic ovary syndrome. You may recall the recruitment plea that I sent out in the RCHM November 2012 issue and I'm pleased to report that RCHM members – and other groups! – responded enthusiastically and supportively! I'm really grateful to all who were involved in referring patients, emailing, tweeting, blogging, handing out flyers, printing out A4 signs for their local GP and CAM clinics and health food stores. As a very small gesture of thanks, I'm writing now to provide a summary of our findings and will update those interested when the final publication comes out!
|JCM Issue||RCHM Journal Spring 2015|
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