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50 Human Studies, in Utero, Conducted in Modern China, Indicate Extreme Risk for Prenatal Ultrasound: A New Bibliography by [West, Jim]
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The great Jim West has done it again! ...I always find it riveting to come across an independent investigator who is breaking new ground, against all odds. Jim West is such a person. His meticulous analysis... has turned the establishment on its head... If I were the king of Pulitzers, I would give him a dozen. He is what truly deep reporting is all about. In a sane world, his revelations would bring about the firing of scores of so-called medical journalists and disease researchers, and he would be sitting at the top of the heap -- not in order to exercise arbitrary power, but simply because he has trumped the lazy and the incompetent and the lying professionals who are supposed to tell us what is going on.

There are many other things I could say in praise of Jim's work... It's a book you should have and read. It's a book that should receive wide notice. It's a book that should change standard medical practice. It's a book that can save many lives.

- Jon Rappoport, Investigative Journalist, NoMoreFakeNews.com

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I have read this book slowly and every page is marked and underlined and highlighted. It is brilliant the way it ties together so many loose strings and exposes the lies.  In my opinion, this book is THE most important work of our times.

Amy Worthington, proliberty.com/observer/20081120.htm

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This unprecedented breakthrough enables tremendous extensions of prior ultrasound criticism. Technical jargon and math are simplified and minimized. Comprehensive commentary is throughout. Authoritative guidance is provided by Ruo Feng, PhD, the ALARA principles, and the NIH Consensus Statement. This book demonstrates virtually no lower damage threshold for ultrasound exposure. Guidelines often advise against ultrasound sessions unless there is an overriding medical need, considering risk/benefit with a medical professional.

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  • File Size: 5025 KB
  • Print Length: 143 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1941719031
  • Publisher: harvoa; 1 edition (April 30, 2015)
  • Publication Date: April 30, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00X06QDYS
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There is clear evidence that ultrasounds during pregnancy can change fetal tissues.
Jim West dug up this impossible to find evidence to make it obviously clear that we should
not be haphazardly using video ultrasounds when less invasive technologies can be used.
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Detailed presentation of facts and the studies found in Chinese science databases. Opened my eyes that the Chinese were so far ahead on actually doing this science, yet little of their work is available in the west. What other areas of science have the Chinese scientists researched that I will not be able to find due to the willing blindness of scientists to work that does not fit the western marketing a machines?
This book is yet another damning indictment of allopathic medicine ruled by short term money gain, and covering up known hazards to the health of people.
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This is a well written book on a crucially important subject. When my pregnant spouse received her first ultrasounds, I quickly found reliable references (NIH's national library of health) that clearly showed that ultrasound is damaging to developing mammal brains. The studies on mice and rodents was enough to convince me that prenatal ultrasound is far from the harmless test promoted by the medical industry. This book reveals that the largest body of evidence on ultrasound safety is surprisingly human studies done in China. Since the studies were performed on women about to undergo elective abortions, the studies have controls (no ultrasound), and various levels of ultrasound exposure, at standard power levels (or lower) for diagnostic imaging ultrasound.
The results: Diagnostic ultrasound is found to be extremely damaging to the fetus. Even very low power levels and exposure times cause cell death and cell damage.
Even before reading this book, I was convinced that prenatal ultrasound is leading to the boom in autism and other developmental disorders in children (ADD, ADHD, etc). After reading this book, any doubt I had about the damaging effects of ultrasound are gone.
Jim West does a wonderful job of not only presenting the research, but providing a framework for understanding what is going on. How could the medical doctors and community go on giving more and more frequent, more and more powerful ultrasound exams when this evidence exists? Conflict of interest of the experts in this field explains a lot. The quotes of leading US experts in ultrasound imaging (all MDs) all state diagnostic ultrasound has not been proven harmful (false statement), they worrying indicate more research is needed, giving themselves a more "out.
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Amazing information!! This kind of research would be impossible to conduct in the West due to ethical reasons I would imagine, but I'm grateful it has been done, and even more grateful Jim West has brought it to us. Earlier research in the West cast significant doubts on the safety of prenatal ultrasound and the Chinese studies leave NO DOUBT... it is dangerous. The studies outline the conditions under which prenatal ultrasound is biologically damaging, and the reader is informed on the safety boundaries for its use. I have, for a long time, had my suspicions about ultrasound safety though I could not find material to confirm it. Quite the contrary, all the medical mainstream information gave glowing safety reports. I have an 18month old boy that was subjected to multiple ultrasound events due to his being a high risk pregnancy. I was quite insistent that the sessions remain very focused and no "loitering" on any one anatomical location. The sonographer and medical staff, though polite, thought I was over-reacting and repeatedly reassured me of its safety. I only wish I had found out about this book before the pregnancy. I would have created some waves to be sure...
BTW: my son is healthy and I assume, not affected by the exposure. However... How can I be sure?? Mr West, perhaps your next book could address the science that may address the question? No easy task I'm sure, especially when no one wants to produce data that goes counter to, or threatens, the economic viability of existing medical and Big Pharma stranglehold on pseudo-scientific popular health consensus.
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