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n.1.(Med.) That mode of treating diseases, by which a morbid condition is removed by inducing an opposite morbid condition to supplant it; allopathy.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The work was funded by the following projects: (1) the Three-Year Action Plan Project of Shanghai Accelerating Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ZY3-LCPT2-2003), (2) Shanghai Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning, Key Developing Disciplines (2015ZB0501), (3) the Clinical Research of Homotherapy for Heteropathy in Cold BI by HUASHANG No.
The mild and transient adverse events such as allergy, bronchial wheezing, cutaneous rash, and hypotension were observed in 28 patients who were recovered with heteropathy. It was worth noting that 18 patients had a relapse in a median time of 42 months (range from 7 to 116 months) and 11 got remission after a second course of RTX therapy.