allopath


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al·lo·path

(al'ō-path),
1. A traditional medical physician, as distinguished from eclectic or homeopathic practitioners.
2. One who is a practitioner of allopathy.
Synonym(s): allopathist

allopath

(ăl′ə-păth′) also

allopathist

(ə-lŏp′ə-thĭst)
n.
One who practices or advocates allopathy.

allopath

A practitioner of traditional/mainstream or "Western" medicine; the term allopath is largely of historic interest, and was used in the 19th century to differentiate the practitioner from a homeopath.
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It was a long journey for the allopath and a new status in society.
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When the allopaths returned from WWII with status, new surgical skills, new drugs, and a new pharmaceutical medical complex; they became the anointed ones by the legislatures, and only MDs were allowed to occupy any position of power in the government.
As government control increases, so does the power of their agents such as the allopaths.
Homeopath, allopath and Hakeem doctors and para medics are working at the camp and providing relief to the sufferers of pollen allergy.
The first free camp was launched under the supervision of ex Chief Commissioner ICT Junaid Iqbal Chaudhry who made vigorous efforts for the providing relief to the pollen allergy patients in co operation with all stake holders including pharmaceutical companies and homeopath, allopath and Hakeems who contributed donations and medicines and devoted their time for the camp.