allopathic allopathic


  • (adj) of or relating to the practice of allopathy


  1. Karen, the 1096 number that you refer to is about the number of graduates of allopathic medical schools who were US citizens and who chose primary care for their residencies.
  2. But the Texas State Medical Association created a committee to devise dignified and effective means for advertising for the great body of allopathic physicians.


  1. King School of Medicine gets extension of support

    SHORT PUMP, Va. — The proposed allopathic medical school in Abingdon received an extension of support and a few more directives from the Virginia Tobacco Commission’s Southwest Economic Development Co
    on January 7, 2014     Source: The Bland County Messenger

  2. King School of Medicine officials set to update Virginia Tobacco Commission on progress of project

    This week could be pivotal for the future of the proposed allopathic medical school in Abingdon.
    on January 5, 2014     Source: The Bland County Messenger


  1. Recalling the experience Akshay says, "There was panic on the sets. The blood just wouldn't stop. Everyone thought it was far more serious than it actually was. I was advised stitches. But I chose to use ayurvedic healing :I never take allopathic...
    on Jun 15, 2005 By: Akshay Kumar Source: Sify

  2. When we questioned the Minister's close relationship with Rath in an article in April, Tshabalala-Msimang responded: "We cannot transplant models designed for scientific validation of allopathic medicine and apply it to other remedies. There is need...
    on Oct 28, 2005 By: Manto Tshabalala-Msimang Source:

  3. "In case of kidney failure, heart problem and arthritis in animals, we are giving doses of homeopathy as a supplement to allopathic doses. Arthritis is a common problem in animals like pet dogs, monkeys and horses, and its encouraging to find that...
    on Aug 11, 2007 By: Tusshar Kapoor Source: Indian Muslims

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