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Cuts to Arizona Medicaid Hits Patients Waiting for Transplants–7 Are Now Ineligible-One Man Received a Gift Donation by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 10 Oct 2010 12:44pm Due to cuts in the Arizona Medicaid budget, 7 patients will have to find alternative treatments as there is nothing in the budget to fund the procedures, sad!  Philanthropy and other efforts came to the rescue of one man, but there are 6 more on the list.  In this case we are talking bone marrow transplants and the reality of ethics and care i ... Read on »
Heart Disease Alternative Treatment – Knowing Your Options by regenerativemedicine Posted Thu 02 Sep 2010 10:31pm In today’s medical industry, there are many options for treatment, but the difficulty is in finding treatment that actually works. While it is true that trial and error may be the best chance for many patients who are suffering from serious conditions, the truth also remains that these treatments are very expensive. For people who are suffer ... Read on »
Book Review: Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism by KimMRosenberg Posted Wed 24 Mar 2010 10:26am A really short review of Ken Siri's and Tony Lyon's new book "Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism 2010-2011" , newly released by Skyhorse Publishing , would be "WOW!" That single word really captures how amazing this book is. I believe that this book should be required reading for anyone whose life is affected by autism. In one volume, Ke ... Read on »
Causes and Alternate Treatment for Vitilligo or Leucoderma by bruce Posted Thu 07 Apr 2011 11:01am Vitiligo & Leucoderma are two different terms used for the same skin disorders. But some causative difference is there in between vitiligo & Leucoderma. Basically Leucoderma is a Latin word which literally means ‘white skin’. It is popularly known as white patch also. It generally happens due to absence of melanin pigmentation over the skin. ... Read on »
John Hopkins Admitting That Alternative Treatment Can Work! by paschalltwin Posted Tue 26 Jul 2011 7:56am My friend Maria sent this to me. We are always talking about how food plays a huge part in the healing process. Read what John Hopkins says about treating cancer. If nutrition can help treat cancer, how many other diseases can it help treat? In this post they have mentioned Alkalinity, suffocating cancer cells, and nutritional deficienc ... Read on »
Where I Stand Today on Using Alternative Therapies to Treat Chronic Illnesses by Selena Facebook Posted Fri 01 Feb 2013 10:37am I used to be a consumer of alternative health services like acupuncture, homeopathy, nutritional consultations, body work and chiropractic. I started using alternative therapies in 1995.  Back then, I had a lot of medical symptoms that I didn't feel were getting adequately addressed by my primary care doctor.  I shared my frustration with an a ... Read on »
The “Alternative” Controversy by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm There’s been a lot of talk lately about the AP Impact series bashing “alternative medicine”. And it got us to thinking about how this term is kind of a straw man.   onlyforward/Flickr Self-proclaimed skeptics like to say there is only medicine: that which works. Everything else, they argue, is non-medicine, and they lump it all u ... Read on »
Tinnitus Home Treatment by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 09 Jan 2010 10:34pm Sad to say, but the fact remains that there is no sure fire cure for that undeviating ringing in the ears –the agonizing ailment that affects a great majority of Americans and is commonly known as tinnitus. However, the TV and the added media wouldn’t hear of it. They believe in beating the drums of sundry pharmaceutical agents, provoking ... Read on »
Intro To Alternative by All Things Caregiver Posted Tue 31 Jan 2012 9:38pm Alright, I believe it is time to get back to business. All Things Caregiver is about helpful advice for caregivers, and it seems to have morphed into a “Tory-pity-party” over the holidays and January. I suppose I could cut myself a break and allow grief and mourning to be a part of the care process (and it is), but I feel it is time to move on. ... Read on »
The Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme - cutting the cost of cancer drugs by Cancer Research UK Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:17pm A new pricing scheme should lead to cheaper cancer drugs With the New Year upon us and the sound of cash registers still ringing in our ears from Christmas, the nation is tightening its belt to ride out the difficult financial times ahead. For their part, the UK Government has reached an agreement with the pharmaceutical industry th ... Read on »