Any disease that lasts longer than 3-6 weeks is considered a chronic disease. Suppressing the symptoms of an acute disease (disease of less than 3 weeks) with medication is very effective. This does not work well with chronic diseases for a number of reasons. Suppressing the symptoms with medication does not treat the cause and leads to the condition worsening over time. To treat chronic diseases effectively a physician must stimulate the innate healing mechanisms of the body and identify the cause of the disease.
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