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  1. Editorial Issue 87

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    Call me simpleminded, but my idea of optimum healthcare has always been that, depending on the severity and nature of the medical problem, the most appropriate treatment(s) should ...

  2. Editorial Issue 55

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    I am continuously shocked by the colossal ignorance of health professionals regarding published research across the many disciplines of Complementary Medicine.

  3. Editorial Issue 58

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    It has been utterly frustrating for me to witness the constantly denigrating and sometimes tragic consequences of polarization from within and without complementary medicine.

  4. Editorial Issue 61

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    Recently I have been reminiscing, with deep misgivings, about how a significant body of conventional medical research is being subverted away from the good of the public and patien...

  5. Editorial Issue 64

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    In Issues 62 and 63, I have discussed the considerable impact that individuals, clinicians and researchers can exert upon therapeutic healthcare progress and hence upon all our liv...

  6. Editorial Issue 67

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    How to find a qualified, competent complementary practitioner ought to be a straight forward enough process; however, as you can deduce from Sarah Noble's article of that title (se...

  7. Editorial Issue 70

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    Many features herein concern healing - transformation, healing with music and meditation and healing from cancer.

  8. Editorial Issue 73

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    In my review of Petrene Soames' book The Essence of Self-Healing, I quipped that she has more courage than I to predict that serious illnesses such as cancer, stroke and Alzheimer'...

  9. Editorial Issue 76

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    As individuals, it is difficult, yet vital, to remind ourselves of the absolute importance of doing our utmost to protect and nurture our own health. Especially so today, amidst th...

  10. Editorial Issue 79

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    Spending as much time as I do reading research, journals and books from all areas of health, the amount of vigorous, even vicious disagreement among top experts in every field neve...

  11. Editorial Issue 82

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    "Have you seen the Breast Cancer Treatment section in this Sunday's The Observer?", my partner asked. As he handed me the 32-page supplement on 29 September, I was hoping to see a ...

  12. Editorial Issue 85

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    Like many others, I used some of the so-called holiday period as an opportunity to catch up with big projects that I had been putting off due to the manic load of everyday work tas...

  13. Editorial Issue 88

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    There are few people I speak with who don't consider being afflicted and disabled by a stroke to be one of their worst nightmares. In that momentary cerebral accident, lives change...

  14. Editorial Issue 56

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    In a recent BBC2 documentary exploring the UK's poor cancer survival rate, members of a UK Parliamentary scientific select committee were seen visiting the USA's National Cancer In...

  15. Editorial Issue 59

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    I place a great deal of importance upon the integrity and reliability of the source of critical information, particularly when it may impact upon my health and wellbeing.

  16. Editorial Issue 62

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    The origins of numerous effective therapies and treatments often arise from the desperate search for relief of sufferers of devastating illnesses. In this age of evidence-based med...

  17. Editorial Issue 65

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    We in the UK have been forced to witness with numbing incredulity the slaughter of millions of healthy livestock and other animals, due to apparent scientific incompetence and bure...

  18. Editorial Issue 68

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    As individuals, how we choose to support causes, complementary medicine in particular, may literally save our lives.As eloquently discussed by Dorothy Rowe Ph.D., we typically take...

  19. Editorial Issue 71

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    Robert Charman (see Letters) has got it absolutely right. Looking at the recent BBC1 series Living with Cancer, Monday evenings at 10.35pm, one might get the impression that all th...

  20. Editorial Issue 74

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    The current healthcare system is light years from being integrated, vis à vis Orthodox and Complementary disciplines. This can be exemplified by reading comments from some of the l...

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