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Physicians have choice: They can choose a life of reason or that can allow themselves to be pulled into a life of belief. When they prefer a life of reason over that of belief, their patients an enormous price for that choice. In this third volume The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine, I challenge many of the prevailing assumptions—read belief—in clinical medicine. In support of those challenges, I marshall a large body of observations considering oxygen homeostasis in human biology.
 
    Will my readers peruse the pages of this volume without surrendering their freedom of thought? I  hope not. In the context of the "oxygen thinking" presented in this volume, below I succintly state several critical aspects of the functionality and pleurality of oxygen and oxygen homeostasis with which I challenge the readers' freedom of thought.
 
     Oxygen is the organizing influence of human biology and governs the aging process. I arrived at this simplicity through my extended struggle with complexities in the fields of surgery, pathology, immunology, environmental medicine, nutrition, and self-regulation over a period of fifty years. Reductionistic simplicities seldom serve clinicians well in the long run. I devote this volume to that "oxygen simplicity" because I believe it has considerable clinical merit.
 
    Oxygen is the primary "energy-nutrient" molecule of human biology. It is an exquisitely discriminating regulator of all developmental, metabolic, and detoxification mechanisms. It is the weapon of transcending importance in the man-microbe conflict.

    In my view, the two primary threats to human health are unrelenting anger and relentless pollution of our environment. Both threats inflict damage through disrupting oxygen homeostasis. For all those considerations, I consider progressive oxygen dysfunction—dyshomeostasis caused by impaired function of oxyenzymes and altered expression of oxygenes—as the principal problem facing humankind and the animal kingdom alike.
 
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