Moreover, we have come to believe that most diseases, including previously hopeless conditions, can be prevented, cured, ameliorated, or controlled by scientific medicine
, and that even those patients unlikely to benefit have a right to medical care.
It supports an indigenous form of homeopathic medicine over scientific medicine
And, Diego Rivera's mural, The History of Medicine in Mexico (plate 397), powerfully displays the contemporary rift between scientific medicine
and traditional approaches to healing.
The best part is that students and internists from less developed countries will have just as much access to scientific medicine
research as those from developed countries.
At a time when scientific medicine
is literally losing the war against quackery at every level, one finds that even academic medical faculties remain apathetic, and what was quackery or pseudoscience is now merely considered 'unconventional' or 'complementary'.
But as the authors note, in scientific medicine
there is no such thing as "best evidence"; there is only information, and information is not the same as knowledge or wisdom.
The report not only emphasized on the need for integration of the clinical and basic medical sciences, it also laid the foundation for the recognition, growth and development of the various disciplines that make up scientific medicine
Without a host of proper natural microbial bacteria in our digestive systems, our health may be degenerating into sickness and disease despite adopting modern scientific medicine
, workout routines, and elaborate wellness efforts.
World War I has traditionally been viewed as having a positive impact on scientific medicine
But like the technophobe and iPad enthusiast of today, he eagerly embraced scientific medicine
as the new hope for tomorrow.
Acupuncture in the treatment of pain: An integrative approach' was a book that I eagerly awaited delivery of, anticipating scientific medicine
principles integrated with acupuncture from a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and western acupuncture perspective.
He was reputed to be singularly free from superstition, and didn't believe in miraculous cures, which I suppose is why he's called (in the Western world) the "father of scientific medicine