New England Journal of MedicineSeptember 17th, 1998 vol. 339, #12
There can not be two kinds of medicine - conventional and alternative. Once a therapy or protocol has been tested rigorously, it no longer matters whether it was considered alternative at the outset. If it is found to be reasonably safe and effective, it becomes an accepted part of the medical system.
M. Angell, MD, J. P. Kassirer, MD