Saturday, August 27, 2005

medical physicist schools

"It is best not to abandon conventional therapy when there is a known
response [in the effectiveness of that therapy]," says Joseph Jacobs,
M.D., former director of the National Institutes of Health's Office of
Alternative Medicine, which was established in October 1992. As an
example he cites childhood leukemia, which has an 80 percent cure
rate with conventional therapy.
But what if conventional therapy holds little promise?

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