On Thu, 18 May 2017 02:47:37 +0000 (UTC), Bob Officer
Post by Bob Officer Post by For obvious reasons
On Thu, 11 May 2017 03:42:52 +0000 (UTC), Bob Officer
Post by Bob Officer
This is a case report from a well know medical doctor. Worth the few
minutes it will,take to read. It isn't overly technical, but this is
something which often happens. Doctors take people off of medications, and
substitute so called "meditative techniques" rather than drugs.
It is an interesting read.
They took her off her mainstream drugs and substituted holistic
The put her on medicines which worked for the actual problem, and took her
off of SSRI. Substituting a combination of other medications as needed to
control the issue plus mediation.
Was that meant to be "mediation" ?
Maybe you meant medication.
Mediation is more for when there is some sort of dispute.
Post by Bob Officer
This a case report dealing with mistaken diagnosis and dealing with the
What happened here is that occasionally mainstream likes to throw in a
bit of what you'd call alternative therapies -- just to say they use
them when required -- although such cases are few and far between,
that generally every disease needs to have "safe and efficacious"
( Bob just doesn't get it -- IMO a bit of a lost cause really )
For obvious reasons
Why modern healthcare is in such a shambles
1953 Fitzgerald Report - Suppressed Cancer Treatments
A conspiracy to destroy natural medicine and profit from sickness and
The history of medical suppression in America can be traced back to
the Rockefeller Foundation and the rise of the American Medical
Association, led by a sociopathic, arrogant huckster named Dr.
Fishbein. Working in conspiracy to destroy natural medicine and
chiropractic medicine, these criminal institutions gave rise to
allopathic medicine which is currently responsible for the mass
killing of at least one million people per year.
Can My Doctor Get Into Big Legal Trouble by Offering Natural Health
How Pharmaceuticals Came To Be The 4th Leading Cause Of Death In
What is the Leading Cause of Death in U.S. ?
"The Science of Getting It Wrong: How to Deal with False Research
Ioannidis says that researchers have become increasingly sophisticated
at acquiring large amounts of data from genomics and other studies,
and at spinning it in different waysmuch like TV weathercasters
proclaiming every day a record-setting meteorological event of some
sort. As a result, he says, it is easy to come up with findings that
are "significant" in the statistical sense, yet not scientifically
"An Epidemic of False Claims
Much research is conducted for reasons other than the pursuit of
truth. Conflicts of interest abound, and they influence outcomes. In
health care, research is often performed at the behest of companies
that have a large financial stake in the results. Even for academics,
success often hinges on publishing positive findings. The oligopoly of
high-impact journals also has a distorting effect on funding, academic
careers and market shares. Industry tailors research agendas to suit
its needs, which also shapes academic priorities, journal revenue and
even public funding."
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