We are a forum of peers as well as public members, dedicated to embracing the breadth of naturopathic medicine, including its many diverse practice modalities in a non-judgmental way.” Dr. Kenneth Proefrock
Who We Are
The American Naturopathic Research Institute (ANRI) and the Naturopathic Oncology Research Institute (NORI) are co-dependent, non-profit, research institutes focused on studying, understanding, and developing Naturopathically oriented solutions for persistent problems in healthcare. ANRI/NORI have jointly formed this IRB in order to provide oversight of basic and clinical research related to therapeutic interventions and strategies that are based upon the historical imperatives that have shaped the evolution of modern Naturopathic medical practice. Our research oversight includes, but is not limited to, safety and efficacy studies for novel, natural therapeutics as well as study design for use within the clinical setting of independent practitioners to validate safety and efficacy of complex, multi-component therapeutic interventions. This IRB serves an international community with oversight over a number of small, clinician run, independent clinical studies being conducted worldwide as well as several large university–based, federally grant-funded, investigational studies being conducted in the US, Canada and Europe.
Are dedicated to upholding the rights of physicians together with their patients throughout the world to explore a wide array of available treatment options. We welcome new members who are interested in participating in our Institutional Review Board (IRB).
International Naturopathic Clinical Research Institute
American Naturopathic Clinical Research Institute
Naturopathic Oncology Research Institute
The International Congress of Naturopathic Medicine
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“The Constitution of this Republic should make special provision for medical freedom… Unless we put medical freedom into the Constitution the time will come when medicine will organize into an undercover dictatorship and force people who want doctors and treatment of their own choice to submit to only what the dictating outfit offers.”
Benjamin Rush, MD, 1745 – 1813
Colonial Physician and Signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence