Perils of Slash, Burn & Poison Method Of Curing A Disease

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As published on The Malay Mail Online

 

The role of a medical facility and medical surgeons are invaluable in acute and trauma situations (ie. emergencies) where immediate life preservation is the priority.

Such life threatening events require the patient or his next of kin to make decisions which must be relatively swift as time is of the essence. After all, there is only a 10-minute window which determines the likely outcome of a stroke or heart attack and the golden hour when interventions must be carried out for survival outcomes to be meaningful.

The role of such a health practitioner is ideally to help patients make better informed decisions but such emergency situations generally do not allow sufficient time for second or third opinions due to their emergency nature.

However, such “rash” decisions are not necessary when it comes to medical conditions of an earlier stage chronic or degenerative “disease” unless it has progressed to an absolute end stage where the patient is about to die.

For the less initiated, iatrogenic causes of death is a term used to describe causes due to current medical protocols such as drug reactions, side effects and consequences such as being infected by a resistant virus while in a medical facility/hospital.

Iatrogenicity might seem like a minor issue but the fact studies have shown that just the choice of selecting allopathic or “mainstream medicine” exposes you to a 25 per cent risk, making this the third largest leading cause of death due to medical reasons.

This slash, burn and poison medical protocol is a fairly recent regime compared to time tested natural therapies of wellness preservation over the centuries. This includes surgery, radiotherapy or radiation and chemotherapy using cyto-toxic chemicals.

Cyto-toxic is a medical term used to describe chemotherapeutic drugs which are cell-killing. Cyto-toxic drugs kill not only cancer cells but all cells including very healthy ones. It also frequently kills the patient first before the cancer cells are killed.

The most common mistake patients make in their “dazed” condition after being told that they have a fearful disease, is to NOT make informed decisions.

Recently I got to know this guy—let’s call him Charlie —  who had just been diagnosed with testicular cancer at age 30. He told me during our brief discussion that surgery had been scheduled in two days’ time and that chemotherapy would be started within two weeks.

A few days after his first session, I received a call from Charlie that he had decided not to continue as he was feeling horrible from the side effects. He also felt he would not survive a 2ndround.

Let’s ponder over this scenario: he was rushed into an irreversible surgical procedure of his organ in a very short time, the consequences and outcomes not thoroughly understood by him.

Again within a short time, he embarked upon his chemo journey, again without understanding the pitfalls of such an undertaking. The end result wasn’t so beneficial to him or the medical system.

The cyto-toxic effects and its impact is already in his system where he will continue to suffer the highly toxic effects without any of the “benefits.”

Another patient, Victor, commented that medical doctors are trained for seven to 10 years or longer in their specialized field and they cannot be wrong. The statistics published in a December 2004 issue of the Clinical Oncology authored by Morgan, Ward and Batton  revealed that “the overall contribution of curative and adjuvant cyto-toxic chemotherapy to 5 year survival in adults was estimated to be 2.3 % in Australia and 2.1 % in the USA.”

If you fall within the 2.3 per cent , then you are in the right. Despite these low numbers, if a patient dies during a chemo study, he is eliminated from the statistics because he did not complete the study!

Most of the general public I have come across are already aware of the perils of cyto-toxic chemotherapy, they feel they are typically rushed from a fearful state into irreversible decisions.

Research done by Dr Alice Steward shows the connection between low level radiation and elevation of cancer risks. Most doctors have stopped using fetal X-rays since.

With radiation causing elevated cancer risks, the complications can be latent ie. delayed giving the therapist and patient a false sense of security for a couple of years. The bone marrow where blood cells are made is typically obliterated and that’s irreversible.

Despite all the perils of the above, it might be tempting to just tell all my patients that I coach to avoid allopathic medicine in view of its iatrogenic manner but my recommendation as always to for all patients is to seek second, third and even fourth opinions, preferably from practitioners well versed in both allopathic and naturopathic methods.

Whatever happened to “First do no harm”?

 

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