Saturday, December 3, 2016

Appendix I.07.01. - Ref. Tools (A-E):

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altmedschools.org states:
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"naturopathic physicians cooperate with all other branches of medical science [...] a licensed naturopathic physician (N.D.) is educated in all of the same basic sciences as an M.D.";
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[in “Bastyr University” (2004)]
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“Bastyr University, located north of Seattle, Washington, is one of the world's leading academic centers for advancing knowledge in the natural health sciences […] Bastyr offers a range of graduate and undergraduate programs including naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and Oriental medicine, nutrition, health psychology, exercise science and herbal sciences”;
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the Bee states:
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[in "New Woodstock Clinic Opens, With Goal of 'Lasting Wellness'" (2007)]
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"[per Groff, E.U.] today, after four years of immersing herself in naturopathic medicine and completely enjoying the scientific study of the body, nutrition and medicine, Dr. Petra Caruso knows what it was her mother objected to [...] however, Caruso did not arrive easily at a career in naturopathic medicine. 'I was the ultimate skeptic,' she recalls. 'I initially rebelled and rejected my mother’s healthy ways of being, because I’m very scientifically minded. I am one of those people who really needs to know the science, and make a choice for myself'";
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Better Nutrition states:
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[in "It's Only Natural: Naturopathic Physicians [...]"(2005)]
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"[per Hammers, M.] naturopathic medicine. Part science, part art [...] a license indicates that the practitioner has attended an accredited graduate-level naturopathic medical school; is educated in the same basic sciences as an MD";
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Business Wire states:
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[in "Hepatitis C Clinic to Open Door to Patients at Bastyr Center for Natural Health..." (2001)]
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" Leanna Standish, ND, Ph.D., LAc, Director of the Bastyr University Research Institute [...] Dr. Standish has over twenty-five years experience as a research scientist [...says] "I have grown increasingly concerned about the hepatitis C epidemic in this country. We believe that science-based natural medicine can help' [...] Bastyr University, in Kenmore, Washington, is a fully accredited institution, internationally recognized as a pioneer in the study of natural healing. It is the leading university for natural health sciences in the United States, encompassing a multidisciplinary curriculum and a world renowned research institute";
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the Chronicle of Higher Education states:
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[in "Teaching 'Science-Based Natural Medicine'"(1996-12-13)]
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"[reporter Monaghan, P. (? ?) writes] Bastyr University [...] 'the basic philosophical precept of the institution is science-based natural medicine' says Dr. Pizzorno";
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the Colorado Springs Gazette states:
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[in "Who's Who/ Sorting Through Alphabet Soup of the Medical Profession"{04-18-2000}]
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"the naturopathic physician, or N.D. A licensed N.D. attends a four- year, graduate-level, naturopathic medical school and is educated in the same basic sciences as an M.D.";
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the Connecticut Post states:
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[in "University of Bridgeport to open 'Center of Excellence"(2012-02-11)]
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"David M. Brady, UB vice provost for Health Sciences [...] the center will be located in a grand, white former Victorian across the street from UB's Health Sciences Center, where many naturopathic students are currently trained [...] the Center for Excellence will build on the work of its new director, Dr. Peter D'Adamo, supervising physician of the personalized medicine shift at the Health Sciences Center";
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Discovery Communications Inc.’s Discovery Health states:
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[in “Alternative Health, Naturopathy: A Revolutionary Approach to Health and Wellness”{per Painter, A. (? ?)}]
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“naturopathy — a science that treats health conditions by using gentle, natural substances and therapies that rely upon the body's innate ability to heal itself […] just what is naturopathic medicine? Although naturopathic medicine has been practiced since the late 1800s, its philosophical roots extend back several millennia to the healing traditions of China, Greece and India. In recent years, increased awareness about the relationship between nutrition, lifestyle and disease has helped popularize this science”;
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“naturopaths take standard premedical courses at the undergraduate level, followed by four years of graduate level medical studies that include approximately 4,500 hours of academic and clinical training. For the first two years, they study basic medical sciences, including anatomy, biochemistry and physiology, just like traditional M.D.’s”;
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ExploreHealthCareers.org states:
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[in "Naturopathic Physician" (2016)]
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"naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care profession that combines the wisdom of nature with the rigors of modern science [...] naturopathic physicians collaborate with all other branches of medical science [...] do you see yourself in these traits and interests? [...such as] academically successful and grounded in the sciences [...and] understand the art and the science of medicine [...] some naturopathic physicians establish and operate their own private practices, while others choose to work for an integrative medical clinic. Others become research scientists";
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[in "Naturopathic Doctor" (2007)]
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"naturopathic physicians collaborate with all other branches of medical science [...] academic requirements. Licensed naturopathic physicians have attended four-year, professional-level programs at accredited institutions, where they have been educated in the same basic sciences as allopathic [!] and osteopathic physicians. For admission into most naturopathic medicine programs, students must have a bachelor of science degree, including three years of pre-medical studies [...] in fact, some naturopathic medical schools require more hours of basic and clinical science than do top allopathic or osteopathic medical schools";
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