The paragraph I quoted speaks of two ideas about choices in treatment gaining currency in mainstream medicine
Those in mainstream medicine
typically insist on large, double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized, multicenter studies before determining whether or not a treatment--or supplement--is worthwhile.
will gladly cooperate so long as the production is scientific and objective.
But there are currents in mainstream medicine
that may increase rather than lower sales for Knockout.
The entrance of CAM into mainstream retail channels and its acceptance in mainstream medicine
The title of his first book—LOVE, MEDICINE & MIRACLES (1986)—flaunted his disagreement with mainstream medicine
First, it is the understanding that our bodies are composed of a series of integrated systems, rather than the individual parts as targeted by mainstream medicine
This is partly due to historic rifts--the previous unwillingness of mainstream medicine
and policy makers to take the industry seriously.
Innovation in Diagnostics" examines the advances in the rapidly growing field of molecular technologies that are enabling personalized healthcare to move into mainstream medicine
The majority of the site's information goes against mainstream medicine
and covers our current healthcare system, natural and organic health, and environmental toxins.
Reiki Healer shows new cutting edge techniques he uses in alternative therapy to help those with what mainstream medicine
considers incurable and untreatable medical conditions.
Food Matters introduces nonpharmaceutical possibilities for disease prevention and for healing, and discusses the forces that have kept therapeutic nutrition out of mainstream medicine
The report projects significant growth opportunities in this field, balanced with a realistic assessment of the challenges and hurdles to bringing clinical genomics to mainstream medicine
8, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The International Network of Integrative Mental Health (INIMH) brings together mental health experts including medical doctors, psychologists, allied health clinicians, and academics who are passionate about improving mental health outcomes for patients by combining complementary and mainstream medicine
Weil encourages patients to look beyond mainstream medicine
for good health.