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Limits to Medicine: Medical Nemesis, the Expropriation of Health Paperback – July 1, 2000
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Now the good: This book is probably the first to mention the unspeakable - physician caused illness and death. Doctors kill or injure people by misdiagnosis and by prescribing the wrong medications. This was in 1995; how many drug recalls have we had since then?
To hear news about medical issues that are unbiased by big pharma; I recommend subscribing to Mercola This book does not really go into vaccine damage; probably because it was published about the same time parents were organizing against the DPT vaccination. To learn more about vaccination damage and death; I recommend checking out NVIC.
The book is unique in describing the exalted positions we give to doctors and subordinate our responsibility to them over every phase of life. I have never read this anywhere else. Stand on your own feet people. Take charge of your own health. You are just a number to most of these people and they really don't care about any pain or suffering you might experience.
It is better for the medical establishment for you to be sick. It is better for all concerned if you spend any money you might accumulate on prescription drugs. Do you think that the Cancer Foundation actually wants to find a cure? There are a lot of people making a lot of money in these organizations.
This book does not really go after the big fish; it seems to concentrate more on private practice. The book is lacking in some areas; however, still worth reading. SDSerf
This is an important man and what he writes is valuable it is just he overwhelmed me with elaborate statements that need a lot of time to understand. His arguments are good but need to be more direct.
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Ever wonder why you spend thousands on doctors and are none the better? This book helps explain the institution of medicine.Published 11 months ago by Joshua Wettergreen
Superb - prophetic. Took me 20+ years to figure it out...Published 15 months ago by Robert S. Dotson