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Ars Technica

There cannot be two kinds of medicine: EU scientists shred homeopathy, alt med
Ars Technica
The council did not mince words about the “alternative medicines,” which rely on the erroneous ideas that 'like cures like' and that water can have memory. In its 12-page statement, the group summarized the extensive scientific work showing that ...



Libertarianism and medicine
Washington Post
The libertarian approach to medicine holds that the same principles that prohibit paternalistic interference in clinical contexts also prohibit paternalistic interference by public officials. For example, just as it would be wrong for a physician to ...



3 Ways AI Is Changing Medicine -- The Motley Fool
Motley Fool
Artificial intelligence isn't just for self-driving cars and virtual assistants. Medicine is finding new uses for the nascent technology. Danny Vena. (TMFLifeIsGood).

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New York Times

My Struggle to Take Anti-HIV Medicine
New York Times
The only people who took medicine around me were those who were already ill. Instead, bleach was our anti-pathogenic weapon. And because my parents contracted H.I.V. before our understanding of the virus evolved to what it is today, a hospice nurse ...

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Patheos (blog)

UC Irvine Gets $200 Million Donation to Promote Fake “Medicine” Like Homeopathy
Patheos (blog)
Unfortunately, rather than improving evidence-based medicine, the $200 million will be used to promote “integrative health approaches in research”… which is to say it'll promote alternative medicine. We're talking about acupuncture, “energy” healing, ...

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Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Breathing dirty air may harm kidneys
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Outdoor air pollution may increase the risk of chronic kidney disease and, ultimately, contribute to kidney failure, according to researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the Veterans Affairs (VA) St. Louis Health Care ...

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Topeka Capital Journal

$236K grant from PetSmart Charities supports K-State's shelter medicine program
Topeka Capital Journal
K-State's College of Veterinary Medicine received an initial grant of $200,000 from PetSmart Charities in 2014 to help purchase its 32-foot mobile surgery unit. Veterinary students on a two-week shelter medicine clinical rotation travel with the mobile ...



Hospitals & Health Networks

Case Study: Stanford Medicine Seeks to Understand Burnout Through Measurement
Hospitals & Health Networks
When Stanford Medicine started focusing on physician wellness, leaders knew they needed to get a handle on the scope of the problem within the academic medical center and among the approximately 300 community physicians in its University HealthCare ...



PR Newswire (press release)

Varian Announces Penn Medicine Treats World's First Patient on Halcyon System
PR Newswire (press release)
PALO ALTO, Calif., Sept. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Varian Medical Systems (NYSE: VAR) today announced a patient at Penn Medicine, with head & neck cancer, became the first person in the world to be treated on Varian's Halcyon system, its new platform ...

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KSAL

PetSmart Charities Supports KSU Shelter Medicine Program
KSAL
The most visible part of the College of Veterinary Medicine's shelter medicine program is the 32-foot mobile surgery unit used for performing on-site, pre-adoption spay/neuter procedures and providing medical care to enhance the health and adoptability ...


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