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Should allopathic medicine be used as a form of treatment in addition to mainstream medicine?

  • If its stupid, but works, it isn't stupid.

    Allopathic medicine has devout believers in its power just as voodoo or Native American medicine. If the treatment creates no complications for modern medicine, and it produces results, then why not support it? Even if the results are strictly mental suggestion that manifests into recovery, it is still recovery. That is the goal of doctors last time I checked.

  • People want options.

    All forms of medicine should be allowed. People want options. People have a right to decide on their own what those options are to be. Our current mainstream medicine is not without error. If someone believes that allopatic medicine is healthier, they have the right to make that decision for themselves.

  • It should be used under certain circumstances.

    I believe it should be used under certain circumstances. There are times when allopathic medicine can help, and mainstream medicine can't help and in these cases, it should be used, given that the person who it is being used on is made aware of all of the potenteail dangers that could happen.

  • Allopathic medicine should definitely be used as a form of treatment in addition to mainstream medicine.

    Allopathic medicine should definitely be used in addition to mainstream medicine in treating patients.Many cases go unresolved because doctors and other care givers have just come to their wits end.If the system would just allow doctors to explore other types of medicine then the positive outcome rate would definitely be higher.

  • Not real medicine

    No, the ideas behind this type of medicine is false, and has not been studied enough to be used as a form of treatment in addition to main stream medicine. The medicines taken today have been studied over and over, and we know that they work and can help people.


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