“Probably as much as 75% of the medicine of sickness is unnecessary and its cost can be avoided.”
– Dr. Ghislaine Lanctot, Author Of The Medical Mafia
June 1, 2016
What if you were told…
Rather recently, it was reported by the British Medical Journal [BMJ] – although it had already been reported for quite some time by various researchers who outlined Dr. Barbara Starfield’s study for more than a decade – that preventable medical errors were the third leading cause of death in the United States.
Its quite unfortunate downright disturbing that such a system kills 250,000 [conservative estimate] a year, like clockwork, and still fosters so much trust even though prescription drugs are in fact 16,400% deadlier than terrorists.
Isn’t it sad, that we hear about terrorism literally every single day, never hear about preventable medical errors? Of course, that would crack the reality egg and wake people up. The establishment will always make sure that doesn’t happen.
Think about it, if terrorists were killing 250,000 Americans EVERY YEAR, people would be out for blood, asking for war, justice, everything.
But the medical establishment killing 250,000 people EVERY YEAR?
That’s really no big deal. It happens.
And if you really believe the mainstream media reports the truth, where are they now covering this?
Nothing but crickets.
There should be some serious discussions taking place considering that people are dropping like flies at hospitals.
What’s more, disturbingly, Newsweek reported:
“The researchers for the study from Johns Hopkins say their findings suggest the CDC’s method for collecting data on causes of death is flawed, leading to inaccurate estimates on just how dangerous a visit to your local hospital has become.
Death certificates currently don’t have a separate coding classification for medical errors, which means estimates are not accurate.
The medical coding system used by the CDC was originally developed for physicians and hospitals to determine what to bill health insurance companies for individualized patient care. The authors recommend an overhaul of how cause of death data is collected.”
That’s overwhelmingly significant, considering that this could mean there are even more big-medica-caused deaths that are not being counted. How convenient.
Furthermore, with prescription drugs being doled out at the tune of 4 Billion per annum, it’s no wonder that medications are also injuring 1.5 Million people a year. That’s besides the 250,000 yearly deaths caused by the for-profit medical system.
When does this stop?
When the individual decides to not become a statistic.
Now that you’ve been told…
What are you going to do?
Are you going to make sure you do as much research as possible to take control of your health care, or are you going to roll the dice and risk becoming a statistic?
Balls in your court.
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