Half of the world lacks access to reliable information regarding everyday medical symptoms. Even in highly developed countries, access to medical information can be expensive and inaccessible to individuals at the greatest risk of serious medical complications. A problem that can be measured in terms of lives and disability.
Your participation in the creation of a global medical library can help ensure that high quality medical information is available to everyone. If you are qualified to provide medical care, and have information of general medical interest or specific to your geographic area, please join us.
Who contributes to Treatment?
Although we appreciate the benefit of different therapeutic approaches, Treatment is focused on including evidence-based medical information. Including medical education taught in a WHO accredited Medical School or recognized by the World Federation for Medical Education or the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research. This includes new evidence-based findings from high quality scientific research as well as widely accepted therapies that may lack scientific evidence but are commonly used by highly ethical, medically accredited providers.