Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Vitalistic Oncology - CTCA's Naturopathic Medicine:

here, I quote from Cancer Treatment Centers Of America's Naturopathic "Bone Cancer" web page [see 001., below]:

001. CTCA states in "Bone Cancer Treatments - Naturopathic Medicine":

"naturopathic medicine centers on using the least invasive, most physiologically supportive methods possible to treat illness and diseases such as bone cancer [...] to assist in maintaining your physical well-being, building strength, and reducing the side effects of conventional bone cancer treatments [...] the naturopathic scope of practice [...is based on] the[se] six naturopathic principles of healing [...] the practice of naturopathic medicine is based on the following principles: [#1] the healing power of nature.  Your body is designed to inherently establish, maintain, and restore health. The healing process is ordered and intelligent; nature heals through the response of the life force. The role of the naturopathic practitioner is to facilitate and augment this process [...] naturopathic practitioners respect and work with the healing power of nature in bone cancer diagnosis, treatment and counseling [...] naturopathic therapies seek to leverage the inherent ability of the body to achieve wellness [...] the practitioner must strive to inspire hope as well as understanding."

002. what's so interesting about all this is that this "life force" premise is hugely science-ejected, a huge fiction & superstition.  Yes, the human body can heal -- but, that's not how.  The same page tells us that homeopathy is powerful.  Enough said.
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