Wednesday, October 26, 2005

medical doctor education

For everyone--consumers, physicians and other health-care
providers, and government regulators--FDA has the same advice
when it comes to weeding out the hopeless from the hopeful: Be
open-minded, but don't fall into the abyss of accepting anything at all.
For there are--as there have been for centuries--countless products
that are nothing more than fraud. n

medical careers & education needed

Obtain objective information about the therapy. Besides talking with
the person promoting the approach, speak with people who have
gone through the treatment--preferably both those who were treated
recently and those treated in the past. Ask about the advantages and
disadvantages, risks, side effects, costs, results, and over what time
span results can be expected.