Which Western Medicine Protocols Work Best?

By Sarah FischmanWestern medicine is known for its success stories: A group of people can get a new heart valve repaired; a newborn baby is born without its lungs, brain, heart or intestines; a baby can grow up without having a heart.

But in many ways, western medicine has been the most successful method of treating diseases in the world.

But with the exception of a handful of countries, the medical community has never seen a global epidemic with the magnitude of the pandemic that has ravaged the Western Hemisphere.

Here’s why: Western medicine is based on a lot of science and a lot more than surgery.

It involves an array of treatments that have been developed over centuries to treat many different kinds of problems.

In addition to heart surgery, the American Heart Association estimates that about a third of people with cardiovascular disease in the U.S. have had a pacemaker removed, and some of these patients are expected to die within the next five years.

The rest of us may never need to go through a pacemaking procedure again.

So the medical profession has always had to adapt to the fact that it could never cure every disease in every country.

Western medicine has always been based on an older and more ancient tradition, and the old ways are the best.

But there’s a lot that modern medicine has learned from Western medicine that can be applied to a lot less common diseases, such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease.

We can also develop more effective, less expensive treatments that don’t require invasive surgery or chemotherapy.

There are a lot things that we’ve learned about how to treat disease, from the use of natural foods, to the use, when possible, of homeopathy.

And the newer Western medical technology that we’re seeing in our practice and in our labs can help us to make some of those advances.

But even though Western medicine hasn’t been able to cure every ailment, it has done a great job at helping people live longer and healthier lives.

For example, the U-shaped curve in the diagram above represents how much better our lives are when we have a paceman implanted.

This is how our treatment is working for heart failure.

And when I look at the paceman on the left, I think it’s really nice.

But what about my heart?

It’s not working as well as it did when I had a heart attack, so it doesn’t have the same kind of power.

We’ve also seen that when we’re treating an infectious disease like pneumonia, it can be effective to use a different method of treatment than conventional surgery.

This procedure uses a special protein that comes from our own body that we use to treat infections.

This protein was created to fight bacterial infections in the lung and other tissues, and we use it in this way to treat pneumonia.

And for a lot other diseases, the new technology has shown us that we can do better by focusing on the underlying cause of the disease.

It turns out that if we treat pneumonia, for example, instead of just using the same old anti-inflammatory medicine, we can also use a new type of treatment, one that’s more effective than conventional antibiotics.

It’s called cryotherapy.

Cryotherapy, which is used in the treatment of infectious diseases, is essentially a cooling process.

It uses a specialized type of protein that’s called a protein kinase A (PKA).

These proteins are produced by our own cells.

We get a lot about the process through our own physiology.

For a long time, the cryo-therapy treatment used was to put the patient in a room, with no oxygen.

We put a few tubes of ice on top of the patient and left them there.

But it turns out it’s much more effective to put them in the freezer, and then put them under a very low pressure of about -20 degrees Fahrenheit, about -120 degrees Celsius.

This creates a pressure differential that will help keep the ice crystals in place.

The more pressure the patient puts on the ice, the more pressure they will lose in the process of freezing.

The cryo is similar to the way a cold shower works, except that it also cools the patient.

We use the cryos to treat patients with heart disease, and now we’ve developed a treatment for people with diabetes.

If you’re diabetic, you’re at risk for many diseases, including heart disease and stroke.

When we first began treating patients with diabetes, we had to use something called insulin.

It was made by the pancreas and has a very specific function.

It can’t work without glucose.

But if you use insulin to treat diabetes, you’ve got to give it the right amount of glucose.

And we didn’t have that.

Now we have cryo and other methods of treating diabetes, and people who are diabetic are now living longer, healthier lives thanks to these new treatments.

But the new technologies that we are developing for treating cancer and many