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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by ssa915, Jul 26, 2006.
I know this is gonna stir up discussion:
This article gets posted once in a while. There's a few long threads on it
Ah, here it is
i was gonna say, its a bit dated innit?
Not really, since it's a website full of lies, and it's been posted on here a million times.
Anyone with any level of competence won't waste their time with this thread.
I heard Dr Barret is married to a DO
Anybody know if that is true?
Don't give yourself that much credit, this is only the 300000000000000th thread on this one article.
not again. The Circle of Life which is SDN.
Barrett is a known blowhard. Don't let him bother you.
He uses two very poor examples to brush the entire profession in a negative light. Cranial probably should be removed from the curriculum, sure. But the presence of cranial does not invalidate all of osteopathic education, 90% of which is identical to its allopathic counterpart.
And, where is the evidence backing his claim that more DO's promote chelation therapy than MD's? 99% of DO's that practice chelation therapy in their lifetime do it for the same reason that any MD would: treatment of arsenic poisoning.
Please feel free to contribute to the older open threads on this topic such as the previously posted, closing this duplicate.