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This might answer your question about conventional medical training:
"There are five schools in North America that offer four-year, doctoral-level programs leading to the degree Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. Their curricula are "all similar. They require bachelor's degrees for admission. They teach two years of basic sciences (anatomy, physiology, etc.) and diagnostic sciences (laboratory, and physical exam, etc.), just like conventional medical schools. They also teach two years of naturopathic therapeutics, such as nutrition, homeopathy, herbal medicine, counseling, and physical medicine. At the same time, students are required to complete 1200 hours of clinical training under the supervision of licensed NDs, MDs, and DOs."