Clinical Environmental Medicine

Environmental Medicine (EM) is a discipline concerning the impact of environmental factors on individual health risks and common welfare. Clinical Environmental Medicine encompasses the medical care of persons with health complaints and medical findings which can be traced back to environmental factors. Read more about Clinical Environmental Medicine ...

Dr. Antonio Pasciuto, board member of EUROPAEM and president of ASSIMAS, had an opportunity to speak out on Environmental Medicine at a Vatican conference in November.

Major statements:

Patients have a right to a diagnosis that includes the possible causes of their illness, not just treatment addressing the symptoms.

Too often we doctors tend to blame age or stress, forgetting to study the causes and overlooking the many forms of environmental overload to which all of us, to different degrees, are exposed.

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