Women’s Health Risks Associated with Orthodox Medicine – Part 2

March 13, 2015

By, Gary Null, PhD, Debora Rasio, MD, and Martin Feldman, MD   Conventional medicine would have us believe that only its treatments have passed the kind of careful scientific scrutiny needed to prove their safety and effectiveness. But this is not necessarily the case, as revealed by our review of the medical literature on a number of women’s health issues. This review, presented as a three-part series, shows that the practices of orthodox medicine may not provide the benefits generally attributed to them or may be associated with a heightened risk of health problems. Importantly, the criticism of these treatments does not come from the proponents of complementary and alternative medicine. Rather, it comes from research articles published in the mainstream medical press itself. Orthodox medicine’s own journals raise questions about the efficacy of many conventional practices related to women’s
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