‘Western Medicine’ in the news

Western medicine is back in the headlines again with reports that a study suggests it can cure cancer.

Western medicine, or western science, has gained a reputation as the most advanced medicine on the planet.

It is the field of biology, medicine, and pharmacology that has developed a reputation for its precision and creativity, and its ability to treat all manner of illnesses, from cancer to epilepsy.

But in the past year or so, it has also been under fire for being ineffective.

In the past, many have accused it of being based on a faulty premise: that western medicine works by targeting the body’s natural immune system.

The problem is that western science is based on what scientists call “natural selection.”

Natural selection refers to the process of natural selection, in which a particular trait evolves through natural selection.

In a natural selection system, the traits that are best adapted to the environment are passed on from generation to generation, and the traits selected for are selected against.

The process has been shown to be very effective, but its ability and effectiveness are often questioned.

The best known example of natural evolution is in the case of malaria.

In most cases, natural selection selects against malaria parasites that can spread through water, so there is no need to breed more of them to make them more effective.

This can lead to a decrease in malaria transmission, as malaria parasites can be killed in their natural habitat.

However, this can be a problem for other species, because the natural selection is not always aligned with the parasite’s health and reproduction ability.

For example, the common carp are often parasites that are particularly difficult to kill, and some have survived for hundreds of years, despite the fact that they have been known to transmit malaria parasites.

This has led some scientists to argue that natural selection does not work well in general, and that it should be avoided.

But other researchers have argued that natural evolution can be useful in the fight against cancer.

For instance, a recent study published in the journal Nature suggested that the immune system may be able to stop cancers from spreading through the body.

The research, led by the National Cancer Institute, involved a team of scientists from around the world and was conducted in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health.

The team compared the immune response to cancer-infected cells to that of normal cells, and found that the healthy cells had a significantly higher response to a virus than cancer cells.

The researchers say that this is due to a phenomenon known as immunotrophic activation, which means that immune cells are able to boost their own immunity, which can then help stop the spread of the cancer.

This is important because the immune cells that are activated can then be used to destroy cancer cells, rather than just preventing them from getting into the body, as they would otherwise.

It’s a very useful concept for fighting cancer.

The reason why this works is that cells can use their own immune system to stop other cells from invading the body in order to help keep them from spreading.

This process has the effect of increasing the number of cells in the body that can effectively fight the cancer, as opposed to killing it.

The study also suggested that immune systems can act as an “emergent defense system,” which is important in the treatment of cancer.

Researchers have been able to create “anti-cancer antibodies” that can prevent the cancer cells from getting in the immune systems of the immune-compromised cells, which would otherwise be lethal.

Researchers are also using natural selection to target cancers, by showing them to the immune responses of normal, healthy cells.

They then use that information to modify the immune defenses of the cells, so that they no longer attack the cancerous cells, but instead target the normal ones.

This allows the normal cells to be destroyed, and normal cells can be used for treatment of other types of cancer, like leukemia.

The result of all this is that cancer is now a disease that requires the cooperation of the whole body to be cured.

This, in turn, requires the use of natural science, which is what western medicine is based upon.

If natural selection can be shown to work in cancer, this means that natural medicine can be the answer to treating cancer.

However it can also be argued that the science has not yet been proven.

For one, it is possible that the natural immune responses can be altered by drugs, and this would need to be tested in a clinical setting, so the research remains controversial.

The other issue is that Western medicine relies on a certain set of assumptions, which are based on the assumption that the human body is made of cells, as if they are living things.

This implies that we have a certain immune system, which we then use to combat cancer.

But this is a very dangerous assumption, because we do not know how cancer develops.

It has been suggested that cancer might develop from a genetic defect, or that the body might be altered somehow.

The idea that we need to work with nature