International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine (ISOM)
1994-04-29 Vancouver BC Canada
Further the advancement of orthomolecular medicine, using most appropriate nutrients - vitamins, minerals and other essential compounds - in most appropriate therapeutic amounts according to an individual's particular biochemical requirements in order to establish optimum health; raise awareness of this cost-effective means of health care and educate health professionals in the benefit and practice of it's use; unite groups operating in the field.
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