Sunday, August 26, 2007

Appendix I.06.02. - Naturo. Sci. Claim – Acad.s & Auth.s (C-Z):

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06. Academics and Authors (con.'t):
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Clark, C.C. (? ?), Gordon, R.J. (? ?) {ed.s} state:
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[in "Encyclopedia of Complementary Health Practice"(1999)]












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"[per Pizzorno, J.E. (ND NCNM)] naturopathy is defined by principles rather than by methods or modalities. These principles are based upon the objective observation of the nature of health and disease and are continually reviewed in the light of current scientific advances [p.057...] the degree of doctor of naturopathic medicine requires four years of graduate-level study in the medical sciences [...] a thorough, up-to-date scientific understanding [p.059]";
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(ISBN 0826112390)
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Cuellar, N.G. (? ?) states:
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[in "Conversations in Complementary and Alternative Medicine"(2006)]
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"[per Traub, M. (ND ?, DHANP AANP){former AANP president 2001-2003 etc.}] naturopathic medicine [...] incorporates scientific advances from medical disciplines throughout the world. Many of the individual therapies of naturopathic medical practice have been scientifically validated, especially in the areas of [...] homeopathy [...] the trend is that those naturopathic methods which are tested in well-designed studies are validated [p.089...] students attend a four-year graduate-level naturopathic medical program and are educated in the same basic sciences as in conventional medical school [...] the first two years of naturopathic medical school consist of basic medical science [p.091...] the academic training in medical sciences of naturopathic and conventional physicians is similar [p.092]";
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(ISBN 0763738883)
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Dean, C. (MD DMS, ND CCNM), Wheeler, C. (M. ?) state:
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[in "IBS For Dummies"(2005)]
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"Bastyr University (www.bastyr.edu) is a leading academic institution for natural health sciences [p.337]";
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(ISBN 0764598147)

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Goodwin, L.R. (? ?) states:
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[in "The Button Therapy Book..."(2001)]
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"Dr. Pizzorno [ND!] is one of the leading authorities on science-based natural medicine [p.265]";
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(ISBN 1552129144)
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Gordon, J.S. (MD ?) states:
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[in "Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven-Stage Journey Out of Depression"(2009)]
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"Dr. Joseph Pizzorno [ND!], one of the leading authorities on science-based natural medicine [p.378]";
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(ISBN 0143115510)
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Izakson, O. (? ?) states:
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[in "The Naturopathic Way"(2004-05/06)]
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"in the United States and Canada, a licensed naturopathic doctor must complete both a bachelor's degree and a four-year training program at an accredited naturopathic college. Students take many of the same core science classes offered at allopathic medical schools";
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Krucoff, M.W. (? ?), Vogel, J.H.K. (? ?) state:
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[in "Integrative Cardiology"(2007)]
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"[per Traub, M. (ND ?)] the intention is to describe the scientific evidence for the naturopathic approach to cardiovascular diseases [...] naturopathic medicine is a [...] science [p.303...] naturopathic medicine is distinguished by the principles that underlie and determine its practice. These principles are based upon the objective observation of the nature of health and disease, and are continually reexamined in the light of scientific advances [p.304]";
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(ISBN 0071443371)
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Kurtz, L.A. (? ?) states:
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[in "Understanding Controversial Therapies for Children with Autism"(2008)]
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"naturopathic physicians are trained in conventional medical sciences [p.033]";
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(ISBN 184310864X)

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Morton, M.A. (? ?) states:
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine"{extracted from Five Steps to Selecting the Best Alternative Medicine}]
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"in 1994 Bastyr University of Natural Health Sciences, a naturopathic medical school [...] graduates of accredited naturopathic medical colleges are required to have more hours of study in basic sciences and clinical sciences than graduates of Yale or Stanford medical schools [...] to heal in harmony with the natural functions of the body — without harm — is the underlying principle of the naturopathic system of medicine. The intent is to support the natural healing potential of the human body as validated by modern scientific research. It is this combination of the healing power of nature and scientific methods that makes naturopathic medicine an important system of medicine for today's health care";
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Novey, D.W. (MD ?) {ed.} states:
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[in "Clinician's Complete Reference to Complementary / Alternative Medicine"(2000)]
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"the practice of naturopathic medicine actually emerges from six principles of healing [...] based on the objective observation of the nature of health and disease and are examined continually in the light of scientific analysis [p.274]";
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(ISBN 0323007554)

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Null, G. (? ?) states:
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[in "Women's Health Solutions"(2002)]
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"naturopathic physicians [...] their very extensive background is centered in the botanical sciences [p.571...] becoming a doctor of naturopathic medicine requires four years of graduate-level study in the medical sciences [p.572]";
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(ISBN 158322419X)

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Steinfeld, A. (LAc IICM) states:
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[in "Careers in Alternative Medicine"(2003)]
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"for those interested in advanced studies in holistic medicine, naturopathy may be a good field to explore. Naturopathic physicians (NDs) are licensed professionals [...] naturopathic medicine is a [...] science [...] scientific [...] the science of naturopathic medicine. The science of naturopathic medicine is an ever-expanding body of knowledge [p.077...naturopathy's founder] Lust said 'in this science' [etc. p.079]";
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(ISBN 0823937542)

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Trivieri, L. (? ?) states:
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[in "The American Holistic Medical Association Guide to Holistic Health: Healing Therapies For Optimal Wellness"(2001)"]
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"according to the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) [...] naturopathic medicine is further distinguished by its underlying principles [...] which are 'based upon the objective observation of the nature of health and disease, and are continually reexamined in the light of scientific advances' [p.256...] all N.D.'s endorsed by the AANP attend a four-year graduate-level program and are educated in all of the same basic sciences as conventional M.D.'s [...] the Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Exam, which includes basic sciences [...] and clinical sciences [p.257...] all three accredited colleges in the United States require more hours of study in basic and clinical medical science than do the medical schools at Stanford and Yale universities [p.258]";
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(ISBN 0471327433)

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von Micks, L.A. (? ?) states:
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[in "Sunblood: I Lived to Tell the Story"(2004)]
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"[per Hunt, J. (ND CCNM)] naturopathic medicine is science based natural medicine utilizing protocols based on scientific research and study [...] the practice of naturopathic medicine emerges from six underlying principles of healing. These principles are based on the objective observation of the nature of health and disease, and are continually re-examined in light of scientific analysis [p.321]";
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(ISBN 1418438499)

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Weil, A. (MD ?) states:
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[in "Health And Healing: The Philosophy of Integrative Medicine"(2004)]
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"naturopathy [...] definitions [...] a naturopathic college in California tells us [...] 'the science of naturopathy [...] naturopathic physician's apply the latest research in all branches of medical science' [p.136]";
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(ISBN 0618479082)
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Whitenack, A. (? ?) states:
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[in "Naturopathy: An Alternative Medical Career"]
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"graduates of accredited naturopathic medical colleges are required to have more hours of study in basic sciences and clinical sciences than graduates of Yale or Stanford medical schools [...] pseudo-scientific medicine? [...] many call naturopathy pseudo-scientific medicine [...] 'I'm going to a five-year medical program, learning anatomy on a cadaver, learning really intense science and integrating with a clinic, and becoming a primary care physician.' In fact, graduates of accredited naturopathic colleges are required to have more hours of study in basic sciences and clinical sciences than graduates of Yale or Stanford medical schools";
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