Started by #1 Trouble Maker, Apr 19, 2017, 02:32:02 PM
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Quote from: Donnay on Apr 19, 2017, 04:04:45 PMFirst off: I am sorry for your loss.It is really frustrating and I understand exactly what you are saying. My father died because of Statin drugs and the treatment he was getting for early dementia--that the statins gave to him.They tried killing my mother when she had bronchitis and wound up dehydrated which landed her in the hospital. They gave her fluids, too quickly, so she wound up with pneumonia and flooded her heart. On a ventilator for 17 days on Propoful. I, physically, removed her out of the hospital against medical advice. She is still with us, Thank God.My father in-law went into the hospital last June for a bladder infection and died in Feb of this year. They had him so supped-up on psychotropic drugs that in the end, killed him.It is sad what they are doing to the elderly in this country, my in-laws were at doctors appointments more than they enjoyed their retirement. Maybe that's the clue?We have to be proactive about our health--eating as much clean food is possible and staying away from doctors.
Quote from: Donnay on Apr 19, 2017, 06:47:58 PMWe went through the above nightmare with my father.
Quote from: Donnay on Jun 09, 2017, 06:53:50 AMWhat a shame, really.I believe the medical system is the new holocaust.
Quote from: Donnay on Jun 09, 2017, 07:01:01 AM10 COLOSSAL FALSE HEALTH CLAIMS MADE BY BIG PHARMA & MAINSTREAM MEDIAhttp://www.collective-evolution.com/2017/06/09/10-colossal-false-health-claims-made-by-big-pharma-mainstream-media/?utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fzen.yandex.com
Quote from: #1 Trouble Maker on Jun 08, 2017, 11:21:01 PMUPDATE Chemo KillerA little update to this story. I told the above ^^^^^ story to a pathologist whom I trust, and in regards to the anemia he asked my if my father in-law had kidney problems. I said yes, and it resulted in cancer of the bladder. He also asked me if my father in-law had chemo prior to the latest rounds? I said yes. He told me that when my father in-law went to see his 'trusted doctor' for the initial dizziness (over a year before his death), knowing that my father in-law had chemo treatments for a prior cancer, they should have been screening him for chemo related anemia and any other numerous possible side effects from the prior chemo treatment. The 'trusted doctors' were insistent that the anemia and the cancer were not related. This pathologist told me these so-called 'trusted' doctors my father in-law had, need to "step into 21st century of health care". He explained (in layman's terms) that the kidneys work with the marrow in our bones to produce the iron our bodies need to survive, and that one of the many Chemo side effects is that the relationship between the kidneys and bones get's interrupted and anemia sets in. He told me had these 'trusted doctors' simply did a battery of specific tests for chemo side effects they would have caught this in the early stages and the anemia and cancer could have been circumvented.So, the moral of the story is dangerous drugs and incompetent doctors equal one deadly combination.
Quote from: Donnay on Apr 19, 2017, 06:47:58 PMWe went through the above nightmare with my father. He went into the hospital a little over 200 ibs., and in the end, he weighted right at 90 lbs., he looked like he had been in Auschwitz. They were literally starving and dehydrating him. It broke my heart to see what they did to him.Interesting enough the same pulmonologists worked on my father and then my mother. When I physically took my mother out of the hospital, this doctor walked right over to me and said, "Your mother is going to die because you are taking her out of our care." My response to him was, "If this is what you call 'care' I will take my chances by getting her out of here!" I also snapped back at him, "You are on the verge of killing my father, you won't get my mother!"At this point, both of my parents were in the hospital at the same time. My mother got sick because she was up at the hospital all the time with my father and it wore her down.
Quote from: Satyagraha on Jun 10, 2017, 09:43:12 AMMy condolences to you on your father's death... my dad went through something very similar. He was also a big strong guy, who rarely took time off from work for illness. Several years after he retired, he was having a lot of abdominal pain, and felt a 'mass' in his abdomen. After a few doctors visits, he was diagnosed with lymphoma. He went through chemo, was very sick for months, and then pronounced, 'in remission'. He remained in remission for seven years, until an oncologist, at a routine follow-up, suggested he take another round of chemo "just to be on the safe side"... my father, who was never one to question a "DOCTOR" - complied. That last round of chemo destroyed him; it basically shut down his "blood factory" - his bone marrow lost function, and he began to lose white blood cells, had to have transfusions... then his red blood cells... and it was a downward spiral until he died, in the fall of 2015. He died because of the drugs they gave him to "be on the safe side".Chemo is big business. I did a lot of research on how to avoid some of the side-effects of chemo, including Vitamin E variants - and typed up a letter to his oncologist, asking for him to administer these intravenously - as part of helping my father to prevent some of the damage from the chemo. The doctor read the information, and suggested I talk to my father's original oncologist (from the first round of chemo), as he wasn't comfortable changing the protocol ...blah... blah.. There's no money in natural healing remedies.That's the bottom line.I wonder if doctors realize they're being 'phased out'?Do they see the trend towards medical care via the internet?Type in your symptoms, get a diagnosis, get pharma via online phamacies...Do they see this happening? Because it IS happening... changes to healthcare via Obama already saw many doctors change their practices to try to accommodate new health insurance requirements; also, many got out of private practices, to join HMOs... reducing paperwork, etc. Some stopped taking insurance altogether.So they go through medical school with virtually NO EDUCATION about FOOD, no education about herbal remedies, nothing that doesn't have a pharma label. Their medical practices are dependent on the next drug brought to their office by a pharma rep. They get their continuing medical education from a B.A. or B.S - level pharmaceutical sales representative, carrying samples and brochures.What do doctors DO anymore, besides write prescriptions? They are pharma whores; and unless they wake up, they'll be out of work because it will all be via WebMD-like sites and at the most, they'll be writing prescriptions for people they will never examine in person.