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Tieraona Low Dog

Tieraona Low Dog, MD, with the charisma of a Native American elder, represents a twenty-first-century wise woman actively building a platform in the new landscape of self-help health care. A renowned speaker, she is a key faculty member at Andrew Weil’s Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona and a leader in national health policy and regulatory issues.
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