The Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine (FAIM) searches the world for effective, nontoxic, and low-cost alternative medical therapies.

FAIM then conducts retrospective studies and partners with medical facilities, foundations, hospitals, and universities for the development of clinical trials to demonstrate the effectiveness of a therapy.

FAIM disseminates information on new frontiers in science and medicine and encourages adoption of cost effective therapies through global networking, conferences, publishing books, and internet website postings.

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FAIM receives $25,000 research grant from the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation

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The National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation awards the Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine a research grant of $25,000.

The National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation has awarded the Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine a research grant of $25,000.

The group gave the check to Joanne Quinn, president of FAIM, during a celebration of the opening of the Hope Healing Ranch in Greeley, Colorado. The Hope Healing Ranch provides a whole body wellness program that promotes healing and recovery.

Pictured here from left to right are: Matthew Hiddle, Board Member; Christina Parrish, Survivor; Karli Hansen, Board Member; Steve Peterson, Board Chair (behind horse); Lola, the horse; Opal Hatfield, Equine Program Director; Rhonda Hatfield, Founder; Joanne Quinn, FAIM President; Phyllis Parrish, Survivor's Mom; Cindi Peterson, Director of Operations; Kim Swaney, Board Treasurer; and Claudine Jaksch, Board Secretary.