The world of Western medicine is full of misconceptions and the world of non- Western medicine has been filled with a whole new set of stories, some true, some not.
These are the myths and misinformation that are perpetuated by the Western medicine establishment.
This article will look at a few myths that have been around for centuries and offer some solutions to the challenges of finding good non- western medicine in your area.
These myths are prevalent in medicine today, but have not yet been challenged and the information is not up to date.
This is a short article about Western medicine, but the answers can be found in books and articles that are available for free online.
I will discuss some of the myths that arise in Western medicine today.
Some of the information below is from books that are free online and available to the public.
These articles have been compiled from the best sources available.
In addition, this article is not intended to be a definitive list of all the myths or misconceptions that exist.
It is merely an introduction to some of these myths and the research and education that is needed to debunk them.
Myth #1: Western medicine treats cancer as if it is a virus.
Western medicine uses the concept of “virus,” a term coined by Dr. John B. Cox in the 1960s.
This term refers to the viruses that can infect a person, but do not kill them.
A virus is a living cell that lives in your body and carries out a specific function.
A person can infect or kill a virus, but they do not develop cancer.
For example, a virus can cause an infection of your intestines that can kill you, or a virus could kill your heart, which would cause a heart attack.
This means that viruses are not the same thing as cancer cells.
A viral infection is the process of the virus making a cell or tissue of a person or a body part, such as your heart or lung, produce a copy of itself.
A cancer cell is the opposite.
A cell or tumor is a new cell, not an old one, that has undergone a mutation that makes it grow more rapidly and can be killed by the body.
When a cancer cell or a tumor makes copies of itself, the new cells have the same genetic information that the original cells have, which makes them different from the original.
This genetic information helps the cancer cells develop the ability to replicate, which is the ability for the cell to grow more quickly and to become cancer.
Cancer cells do not make copies of themselves.
The cancer cells that produce the new copies of their own DNA do not grow as fast or grow as quickly as the original cancer cells, because the new cell does not know how to replicate itself, but instead replicates its own DNA.
This process is called “transduction.”
This is the same process that is used to create a new kidney.
A kidney is a large, soft organ in the body that provides blood and oxygen to the body and provides nutrients for the cells.
The kidney is not a living thing, but it does make a living copy of its own cells.
This copying process is a kind of natural selection.
When the cells that make up a kidney start to replicate themselves, they can grow faster and become cancer cells in the process.
They have the ability, however, to produce copies of the original kidney cells that are healthy and alive and healthy, as opposed to cells that were mutated or not functioning properly.
Cancer is a different story.
Cancer requires an extremely different set of cellular machinery than a kidney or a heart.
It requires a much different set the machinery that makes cells and proteins.
It uses a much more sophisticated cellular machinery called a “genome.”
This machinery is made up of thousands of genetic changes that have to be carried out to produce the cells, and it is the genetic changes involved in cancer that are the same as those that are involved in other diseases, such a heart, lungs, kidneys, etc. The genetic changes in a cancer patient are the very same as the genetic modifications that are carried out in the kidney or heart or the heart muscle cells in a person.
The reason why cancer is different from other diseases is because cancer cells are so different in their genetic make-up that they do a lot of damage to other cells.
These damage can lead to cancer.
A good example is the damage that occurs when the body releases a hormone that makes your immune system attack cancer cells or your liver releases the hormone that causes your immune cells to attack cancerous cells.
If you take a sample of a cancerous cell and put it in the lab and compare it to the normal cells that have never been exposed to the cancer cell, you will see that the cancerous DNA will look exactly the same.
You will also see that you can easily identify a cell that has been exposed in this way by looking at the chemical makeup of the cancer tissue.
In other words, cancer cells have all of the genetic material that the