Saturday, December 12, 2009

AANMC Informs Us of UBCNM's "Science" status - 2009-12:

here, I cite from a recent Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges [AANMC] publication labeling naturopathy "science" [see 001., below]:

001. the AANMC recently published "UBCNM Increases Efforts in Integrated Medical Care" which states:

"the University of Bridgeport School of Naturopathic Medicine is one of the AANMC schools [...] UBCNM has partnered with St. Vincent’s Medical Center [...per] Dr. David M. Brady [is] vice provost of the University of Bridgeport Health Sciences Division [...] UBCNM professors' research published [...] UBCNM’s Dr. Jody NoĆ© recently authored an article [] Integrative Cancer Therapies [...] ICT is the first journal to spearhead and focus on a new and growing movement in cancer treatment, a movement that emphasizes the scientific understanding of alternative medicine [...] UBCNM faculty member, Dr. Jared Skowron, will also be published this month. Fundamentals of Naturopathic Pediatrics [...] is a reference text for diagnostics and treatment of common pediatric conditions [...] it documents the scientific proof that natural remedies have been studied and are a safe and effective option when treating children [...] Coquina Deger.  Managing Editor, AANMC."

Note: so, we're told that naturopathy is academically "science", that it is "scientific", and supported by "scientific proof".


003. naturopathy is fundamentally based upon ideas that are science-ejected.

004. you could blow a brain gasget trying to get a handle on this absurdity.
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