As we become a more and more global community, we learn of each others' health care philosophies and experiences. And we can only benefit from this sharing of ideas and methodologies.
There is no one particular health care method that solves all problems for all individuals, but rather, a comprehensive approach can be seen to achieve the greatest good by embracing as many protocols as may be necessary for a particular situation or condition.
Medically, the "shoot the attacker" approach to health care is really only a "shoot the messenger" philosophy.
Symptoms are "treated," when using a medical approach. But addressing causes is the only truly effective method that can return a failing body to a state of normalcy, or well-being.