Artificial induction of immunity
... Since Pasteur provided support for a germ theory
of infectious disease, we have increasingly ... and smallpox
3 Germ theory
6 ... Society in those days, was an empiricist . The theory
to support further advances in vaccination came ...
... effects in a healthy subject that are different (hence Greek root allo- "different") from those of the disease to be treated. He claimed that his theory
of homeopathy, which attempts to mimic the symptoms (hence homeo- , "the same"), was a more effective and humane alternative.
Contrary to the ...
... , genetics , zoology , botanics and microbiology . Biomedicine is usually not concerned with the practice of medicine as much as it is with the theory
and knowledge of it.
Biomedical education programmes (sometimes known as Medical Scientist Training Programmes ) are given at ...
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
... to the affected area creates neo-vascularization (new blood flow) into the area. It is this new blood flow that promotes tissue healing. The second theory
is that in chronic pain, the brain has "forgotten" about the pain and is doing nothing to heal the area. By having shock wave therapy a new ...
... quite outside of the popular and historical conceptions of "air" causing diseases and strongly influencing people's sense of wellbeing (see Miasma theory
of disease ), there appear to be significant and measurable correlations between particular atmospherical events (such as a sudden increase in ...
... and treatment to market which is molcularly based. His feeling is that the Molecular Metamorphosis is equivalent if not greater than the bacterial theory
and its revolution of medicine.
United States Policy
Personalized medicine has the potential to revolutionize the practice of medicine, ...