(2) Anthroposophic medicine
: a medical system based on a philosophical and spiritual--scientific model of human individuality as proposed by the philosopher Rudolf Steiner.
Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine
and is a
A multicentre, observational study was carried out within the Network Oncology (NO), a conjoint clinical registry of German hospitals and out-patient practitioners specialised in anthroposophic medicine
Use of VAE in cancer treatment was pioneered in anthroposophic medicine
in the 1920s and today it is widely used among cancer patients in central Europe (Molassiotis et al.
Anthroposophical nursing dates back to the 1920s when Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner, working with pioneering woman doctor Ita Wegman, developed anthroposophic medicine
, which uses nature's medicines to stimulate the body to "heal itself".
Other alternative therapies no longer to be covered include homeopathy, herbal medicine, neural therapy and anthroposophic medicine
Cowan has served as vice president of the Physicians Association for Anthroposophic Medicine
and is a founding board member of the Weston A.