… Petitioner subscribed to various forms of treatment from four individuals, none of whom would be commonly recognized as a conventional medical caregiver. And to be sure, none of the methods utilized by these individuals would commonly be recognized as a conventional medical treatment. The methods Petitioner subscribed to might be termed “alternative medicine” by the polite, but we expect the less tolerant would characterize the treatments in other than legitimate or complimentary terms.”
Question: does she have a medical deduction?
… it is appropriate to note that we fully appreciate the position taken by the Respondent in this case, and [we] consider their position to be more than justified.”