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In any case, note the subtle use of the word “procedures.” Not “treatments.” Not “medicines.” Not “therapies.” Procedures.
Note how that is then juxtaposed against “alternative medicine” or “indigenous medicine.” This framing intentionally makes another false dichotomy: Between “procedures” of science-based medicine and the nice, fuzzy, happy “treatments” of alt-med.
Whether it’s through a misunderstanding of science or less innocent reasons, they go to great lengths to torture it into superficially appearing to support their claims through a combination of cherry-picking of studies that seem to support them and misrepresenting ones that don’t, discussions of which abound right here in this very blog.He is the author of ten books dealing with consciousness, spirituality, and healing, including the New York Times bestseller HEALING WORDS: THE POWER OF PRAYER AND THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, most recently THE POWER OF PREMONITIONS. Dossey is the former co-chairman of the Panel on Mind/Body Interventions, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, National Institutes of Health. He lives in Santa Fe with his wife Barbara, who is a nurse-consultant and the author of several award-winning books. However, he’s just the man for the job of helping Deepak Chopra and Rustum Roy launch what is nothing more than an all-out attack on science-based medicine in an article that is breathtaking in its concentration of logical fallacies and its naked hostility towards science-based medicine entitled The Mythology Of Science-Based Medicine (crossposted on Deepak Chopra’s very own Intent Blog).He is the executive editor of the peer-reviewed journal EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing. It appears in that repository of quackery, woo, and pseudoscience, The Huffington Post.If it means doing an end run around science by trying to hijack the Obama health insurance reform bill that is currently being negotiated to resolve the differences between the Senate and House versions, so be it.Indeed, earlier this year, I described how Senator Tom Harkin has tried to promote This time around, Deepak Chopra and Rustum Roy have apparently ditched Andrew Weil, but their replacement, although not nearly as famous as Weil, is more than capable of holding up his part of the woo. Larry Dossey, and the hostility towards science-based medicine flows apace without interruption. Dossey is more than “qualified” for this honor: Dr. degree from Southwestern Medical School (Dallas), and trained in internal medicine at Parkland and the VA hospitals in Dallas.