Global Trends in Orthodox and Traditional Treatment of Selected Infectious and Non-infectious Diseases

In the option of care for many diseased conditions, the use of orthodox or western medicine, there is an age-long controversy. Religion, economic consideration, cultural impact and trust influence the option of the right medical care globally. The conventional medicine treatment that works for them gradually over the years is produced by various global locations. The extensive use of conventional medicine by societies around the world highlights its relevance and the need for continuous updates of a variety of endemic conditions on the predominant global traditional care. Therefore, this book discusses the treatment of conventional medicine for selected infectious (malaria, tuberculosis, cholera) and non-infectious (cancer, infertility, hypertension) diseases in different parts of the world.

Author(s) Details

Emily Longo
Vassar College, Biology / Science, Technology & Society, USA.

Connor McShaffrey
Vassar College, Biology / Science, Technology & Society, USA.

Alexis Alexander
Vassar College, Biology / Science, Technology & Society, USA.

Rayya Brooks
Vassar College, Biology / Science, Technology & Society, USA.

Kathryn Burke
Vassar College, Biology / Science, Technology & Society, USA.

Clare Padrick
Vassar College, Biology / Science, Technology & Society, USA.

Yura Kim
Vassar College, Biology / Science, Technology & Society, USA.

Funmilola Ayeni
Vassar College, Biology / Science, Technology & Society, USA.

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