A DO laments that the profession has forgotten its roots and “adopted all the characteristics of MDs.”
To meet medicine’s challenges ahead, the profession “must move forward in a unified effort,“ writes a state association director.
“We are growing weary of complying with mandate after mandate,” family physician writes.
Osteopathic International Alliance’s liberal acceptance of nonphysician groups isn't helping, say two Canadian DO leaders.
SB 1050 would remove the two ND positions from the California board.
"Most NDs work closely with DOs, sometimes in the same practice, and typically hold each other in high regard," writes Arlan Cage, ND.
Why wasn't osteopathic medicine mentioned in an article on lower back pain?
I agree to stand by the osteopathic oath: "I will give no drugs for deadly purposes to any person, though it may be asked of me."
In the debate over physician-hastened death, physicians should agree on one issue: the right to practice according to one's conscience.