Sunday, August 26, 2007

Appendix I.04.01. - Naturo. Sci. Claim – Journals (D-Z):

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Hematology and Oncology News and Issues states:
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[in "Naturopathic Oncology: An Emerging Discipline" (2005)]
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"[per author Rubin, D. (ND SCNM) as posted on the website of Lemmo, W. (ND Bastyr)] naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of health care and distinguished by the principles that underlie and determine its practice. These principles are based on objective observation of the nature of health and disease, and are continually reexamined in the light of scientific advances. Methods used are consistent with these principles [...] the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians was established to create and maintain such standards. Its mission: to advance the philosophy, science and practice of naturopathic oncology [...] to attend naturopathic medical school, applicants complete the same science premedical requirements required by conventional schools of medicine [...] the first two years are comparable to conventional medical school, emphasizing basic medical sciences. The second two years concentrate on clinical sciences [...] the Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examination is the standard used by all licensing jurisdictions for naturopathic physicians in North America. It includes five basic science exams -- anatomy, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, microbiology and immunology -- taken after the first two years of naturopathic medical school. The clinical science examinations are taken following graduation and include clinical and physical diagnosis, laboratory diagnosis and diagnostic imaging, botanical medicine, pharmacology, nutrition, physical medicine, homeopathy, minor office procedures, psychology and lifestyle counseling, and emergency medicine";
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Integrative Medicine, A Clinician's Journal:
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[in "How to Cure the Sick Health Care System: An Open Letter to President Trump From Leaders in Functional/Integrative/Natural Health and Medicine" (2017)]
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"Dr Joseph Pizzorno, ND, is a world-leading authority on science-based natural medicine, a term he coined in 1978 [...] and a member of the science boards of Hecht Foundation";
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[Integr Med (Encinitas). 2017 Feb; 16(1): 8–11]
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https://web.archive.org/web/*/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5312748/)
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the Journal of Family Practice states:
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[in "Naturopathic medicine: What can patients expect?" (2005)]
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"the goal of naturopathic medical education is to prepare clinicians for the challenges of general practice, with a foundation in current medical science as well as traditional naturopathic theory [...] comparison of average number of hours of basic sciences [...] naturopathic [...] 1125 [...] allopathic [...] 1079 [...] naturopathic medical school curriculum overview [...] basic and diagnostic sciences [...] clinical sciences [...] the Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examination (NPLEX) is the required national board exam for licensure in all jurisdictions. Independent professional assessment has confirmed the psychometric validity of the production, format, and management procedures of twenty basic science, clinical science and specialty exams, resulting in a standard for naturopathic credentialing within North America";
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the Journal of the Mindshift Institute states:
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[in “The New American Medicine III: Ways To Wellness” (2006)]
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[per Mannion, M. (? ?)] the principles of naturopathy appealed to many people at that time. In 1978, the John Bastyr College of Naturopathic Medicine (now called Bastyr University) was founded to teach science-based naturopathic medicine. It became the first accredited naturopathic college in America”;
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Medical Clinics of North America states:
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[in “Naturopathy" (2002)]
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“[authored by NDs Smith and Logan of CCNM] regulation has helped with integration and naturopathic cooperation with all other branches of medical science”;
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(MCNA 2002; 86(1):173-84}; ISSN 00257125)
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Medscape General Medicine states:
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[in "Letters - Professional Agendas and Mechanisms for Standardized Licensure Exams Do Exist in Teaching Naturopathic Medicine"{per Bastyr University President Shepherd, T.C. (? ?); 03-24-2004}]
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"the article [...states] that naturopathic physicians (NDs) do not practice science-based medicine [...] today [...] an examination of the curriculum at Bastyr and other accredited ND schools will show that the profession uses science-based Western methods of diagnosis as a basis for application of complementary and alternative methods (CAM) of treatment [...] the standardized NPLEX licensure examination requires each licensee to demonstrate proficiency in basic sciences [...a] science-based CAM training";
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the Natural Medicine Journal states:
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[in "Arts and Sciences Merge at Bastyr University" (2013)]
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"[by Alexis Lynn] located north of Seattle in Kenmore, Wash., Bastyr is the largest university for natural health arts and sciences in the United States. The 32-year-old accredited institution is internationally recognized as a pioneer in natural medicine, melding science and art in a multidisciplinary curriculum with leading-edge research and clinical training [...] a nonprofit, private university, Bastyr promotes a curriculum founded in science-based natural medicine [...] exercise science, and herbal sciences [...] 'health is not all about science, and if we presume to say that we look at health holistically, then we have to recognize there’s an awful lot of heart in it.'  Daniel K. Church, PhD, Bastyr University President [...] with the campus expansion comes increased accessibility to Bastyr’s science-based natural medicine program [...] in both facilities, Church insists that integrating both science and art in the science-based program will be imperative. 'Health is not all about science, and if we presume to say that we look at health holistically, then we have to recognize there’s an awful lot of heart in it,' he says [...] 'we are introducing introducing curricula into the campus, and way beyond curricula we’re introducing conversations at every level with students, faculty, and stakeholders in the community about those things that wouldn’t traditionally be thought of as science, but which in fact contribute to health. 'Arts and sciences, as opposed to just sciences, is a hallmark of the current integration of Bastyr and I believe what will be representative of our future going forward,' states Church. For more information about Bastyr University, please visit www.bastyr.edu";
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[in "College of Naturopathic Medicine at the University of Bridgeport is Strong and Growing" (2013)]
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"students study modern biomedical science and diagnosis, as well as philosophies and healing modalities whose effectiveness has been proven for centuries [...] one of the benefits of being at our school is that our health sciences division is really fleshing out [...] in addition to launching the Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine, UBCNM has recently taken on the challenges of implementing electronic medical records, incorporating case-based learning into the biomedical sciences curricula, and expanding opportunities for students in integrative healthcare settings [...] we have access to a diverse array of health sciences programs [...] the library offers tremendous resources for the health sciences";
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[in "A Functional Medicine Approach to the Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease" (2013)]
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"the Institute for Functional Medicine [...] is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to advancing the assessment and treatment of chronic disease through promotion of personalized medicine with a focus on science-based nutritional and lifestyle interventions [...] he is the author of several dozen scientific articles and textbook chapters [...] Science. 2006;314:1461-1463";
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[in "Naturopathic/Holistic Treatment of Mild to Moderate Depression" (2013)]
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"[by ND Freedenberg] anthroposophy is a spiritual science [...] scientific studies throughout the years support the effectiveness of ginkgo for these problems [...] the limited scientific evidence, combined with extensive clinical reports, suggests that energy psychology holds promise as a rapid and potent treatment for a range of psychological conditions";
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[in "Bioclinic Naturals" (2013)]
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"you can be confident that our products are formulated by fellow health care providers and a panel of scientific experts. Leading our scientific advisory team are two of the world's leading authorities on science-based natural medicine - Joe Pizzorno ND, educator, researcher, expert spokesperson, and founding president of Bastyr University, and Michael Murray ND, a graduate, faculty member, and serves on the Board of Regents of Bastyr University";
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[in "An Evidence-based Review of Qi Gong by the Natural Standard Research Collaboration" (2013)]
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"the objective of this study was to evaluate the scientific evidence on qi gong [...] some experts believe that the practice of qi gong can selectively enhance drug uptake although this remains to be scientifically proven [...] to better understand Chinese health exercises from the modern science perspective such as neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and psychoneuroimmunology [...] the role of effect modifiers in meditation practices has been neglected in the scientific literature [...] a great number of clinical studies merging traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Western medicine have proved the complementary healing effects of Qi gong in medical science";
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naturopathydigest.com states:
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[in "Inside the Profession - New Update" (2013)]
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"'Bastyr University is the leader in science-based natural medicine and I am both honored and thrilled to help guide the University. The students, faculty and staff are clearly dedicated and passionate about providing education, clinical services and research,' said Dr. Church [president of Bastyr]";
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[in "Do the Benefits of Botanical and Physiotherapeutic Hepatobiliary Stimulation Result From Enhanced Excretion of IgA Immune Complexes?" (2013)]
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"[by ND Vasquez] cornerstone of science-based holistic health care, foremost among which is naturopathic medicine, is a profound and inviolable appreciation of the interconnected nature of various organs and body systems [...] simplistic conceptualizations founded on the erroneous presumption that body systems function separately have become scientifically untenable;
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the Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients states:
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[as of 2009-10-18, TLDP lists NDs Barker, Hudson, Nick, Reichenberg-Ullman, Ullman as columnists] 
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[in "Letter From the Publisher" (2008)]
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"[per publisher Collin, J. (MD ?)] the alternative medical movement has advanced politically and scientifically [...] with more than 20 US states and most Canadian provinces licensing naturopathic doctors (ND), alternative medicine is no longer 'alternative' but has a true educational and scientific standard.  The Townsend Letter congratulates the naturopathic medical profession for establishing educational credentials for licensure status and for practicing scientifically based natural medicine";
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(ISSN 1525-4283)
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webmd.com states:
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[in "Biography: Joseph E. Pizzorno Jr., ND" (2013)]
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"Joseph E. Pizzorno Jr., ND, is one of the world's leading authorities on science-based natural/integrative medicine [...] in 2001, he joined the Scientific Review Board of the Cancer Treatment Research Foundation [...] in 2004, Natural Foods Merchandiser recognized him as one of the 25 leaders in therapeutic nutrition, and he was honored by the Institute of Functional Medicine with the Linus Pauling award for his 'decades of work establishing the scientific and educational foundation of natural medicine' [...] he travels worldwide, consulting, lecturing and promoting science-based natural medicine and collaborative health care. In 2001, Pizzorno founded SaluGenecists Inc. to develop innovative, science-based, artificial intelligence-aided advice systems to provide smart, personalized health promotion and integrated care guidance for the public and practitioners";
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