Why religion deserves a place in secular medicine
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With respect to all authors, I have read the article and the comments made in the e-letter. I agreed with Biggar to little extent. But one of the important point here is the reason of following religion Vs following the science. Religion is not only about the beliefs but also about the practices. It teaches us 24 hours way of passing life by giving us the heavenly or moral knowledge either with a concept of God or without...