Doctors in the UK are being told to make their letters easier for patients to understand. The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges says correspondence often contains Latin words and complex medical jargon rather than plain and simple English.
It is not by accident that doctors use Latin words and medical jargon in their interactions with patients. Their use of this language hides the fact that, so far as pharmaceutically-oriented medicine is concerned, the root causes of today’s most common diseases remain largely unknown. Even the textbooks of medicine used at medical schools around the world admit to this.
To hide this alarming fact, patients are diagnosed with diseases such as ‘essential’ high blood pressure, ‘idiopathic’ heart muscle failure, or ‘paroxysmal’ irregular heartbeat. All these phrases, however, amount to the same thing, essentially, that the doctors making such diagnoses do not know the primary cause of diseases.
It would be bad enough if it were truly the case that the cause of common diseases was still a mystery. In fact, however, and as discovered by Dr. Rath, the primary cause of cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes, and other chronic diseases is a long-term deficiency of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other micronutrients. Based on this discovery, the revolutionary Cellular Medicine approach defines an optimum daily intake of specific micronutrients as a basic preventative measure for maintaining health, as well as the effective, safe control of many pathological conditions.
To learn more about Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine approach, see the special feature section on our website.