R. Barnes, Professional Gamer, Graduation, Oakland
Answered May 17, 2019
The correct answer to this question is D, Allopatric (peripheral type). Also known as allopathy, allopathic is a modern system of medicine. This medicine is also what modern doctors now call biomedicine, orthodox medicine, Western medicine, conventional medicine, and mainstream medicine. It has many uses, including the use of active agents in pharmaceutical drugs and to suppress symptoms of diseases.
The word allopathic was created in 1810 by Samuel Hahnemann, who is also the creator of homeopathy. Currently, most medical treatments don't fit Hahnemann's definition of allopathic. This is because nowadays, most medicine is used to prevent or remove the illness.