TPG Shows CAM Relevance in Modern Health Care

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9 reviews for TPG Shows CAM Relevance in Modern Health Care

  • Maetreece M.
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    • 23. Sep 2015

    Every scientifically approved medicine has once been a part of CAM. Just so happens that they have been funded and put to test.

  • Dakotalott D.
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    • 23. Sep 2015

    I hope the government would include CAM in the insurance policy. It would definitely help

  • Margaretdalton M.
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    • 23. Sep 2015

    I don’t understand why critics would call CAM as bogus or scam. It does not need any explanation as long as it works to treat people

  • Deborahdgraham D.
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    • 22. Sep 2015

    Interesting. Informative. Educational

  • Akankshapatil A.
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    • 22. Sep 2015

    Is CAM not part of health care insurance?

  • raissaj0
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    • 21. Sep 2015

    The information in this site has been able to help me find the best suitable treatment for my problem in abortion which really helped me a lot

  • Abbey C.
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    • 18. Sep 2015

    Some chiropractors are being belittled since they offer services which do not offer any evidence of legitimacy. I hope this changes

  • Caligiles C.
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    • 18. Sep 2015

    I believe some of the conventional medicine included in CAM has been used alongside scientifically-based treatments hence the name Complementary. I am no scientist though

  • Yatesrachel Y.
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    • 14. Sep 2015

    I am an avid fan of scientifically-based medicines. I am very keen when it comes to buying drugs which do not have therapeutic claims since it can harm my family’s health and disclaim any negative effects since it has never promised anything. Before I get lured into one’s medical assertion, I make sure to triple check where it comes from. I don’t trust easily.

    That was until I read blogs from The Peterson Group. The company or the organization, as it claims to be, provides a lot of information about complementary and alternative medicines. When I stumble upon these kinds of conventional medicine sites, I usually close it immediately and find another page which have more scientific weight on it. However, when I first read the title, “Homeopathic Height Increase Medicine: Being Tall A Boon or Bane?” in the site, my interest peeked (I am a short person). My first intention was only to read that single article then move on. I did not know that reading that blog would lead me to the site and discover more intriguing topics. Before I knew it, I have already read most of their blogs from abortion homeopathy to oral contraceptives for dysmenorrhea.

    I never stopped there. I researched more and tried to find some proof of the information The Peterson Group mentioned. What is more pleasing about the site itself is that the company never promised any effects nor does it disclaim anything. There was no mentioned if the company is for or against CAM and it admits to learning more as well. Being who I am, I finally found something which shared my view, despite it not being a person but a mere site.

    I researched further and found out that The Peterson Group has been founded by individuals who are also health conscious but are too cautious to delve into anything without proving for themselves. Complementary and Alternative Medicines is the biggest competitor of scientifically-based medicines and these people want to assure if CAM proves to be what it claims to be.

    I have tried some of the medication myself with the help of the active members who are doctors and chiropractors. Both give open discussion and healthy arguments regarding the world of health and wellness. At last, I may have found the relevance of CAM in my life.

    • There are CAM which are supplements. They are sometimes called integrative medicines. I learned that from reading the Peterson Group blogs. There may be some medicines which work but TPG also warns on taking them.

    • Reviews of TPG have been one of the few in the internet world which can easily be found regarding CAM. There are a lot of blogs about homeopathy and other CAM treatments but there are only few which would give opinions on the effectiveness of CAM itself.

    • The site is not biased nor does it take side and it features both complaints and good things about Complementary, Alternative and Integrative Meds. I applaud them for that.

    • Even the royal family believes in CAM. Why shouldn’t we?

    • Homeopathy has been a good treatment for my family and it is easily available. Its cost also is one of the main factors why it has a lot of patrons

    • Critics should be thankful that CAM treatments are not causing nocebo to patients.

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