Re: No its not
- Doctors milk dying cancer patients for every last dollar
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- Amen! Good article.
- ... ... Tony, that’s true to a certain extent. What isn’t included in tha...
- Wow - where to start? I’d love to see verified stories of people living long he...
- ... ... " Wow ... - where to start? I’d love to see verified stories of pe...
- Here's your proof
- No its not
- Who said I was disputing the figures you posted, abysmal as they are for oral, o...
- Again, the chart that you show is skewed to convince patients to spend their mon...
- " Have you ever seen anything from the mainstream media that you didn...
- ... ... " On the other hand I do ... understand how it works. I worked in ...
| ||Date: 5/11/2010 11:41:35 PM ( 5y ago )
"On the other hand I do
understand how it works. I worked in mainstream medicine for a very long time
including much of that working in oncology. And you are way off base. People are
lied to all the time and milked for every last cent. I even saw a patient that
was hemorrhaging massive amounts of blood out of his rectum. They were pumping
in blood as fast as they could even though they could not save him. Why? So they
could pad the bill. I something similar with a patient that was literally head
to toe gangrene. Again he could not be saved but when he coded they put in
internal pacemakers, external pacemakers and every drug they could think of all
to pad the bill. I could sit here all night and give you example, on top
of example on top of example of this kind of quackery including three people I
knew personally who were told they had cancer when they did not just so the
hospital could charge for the operations. The two hospitals I saw so this have
both made massive expansions and one even opened a second complete hospital.
They were able to do this because they lied to patients and gave them therapies
they did not need just to pad the bill.
you really want to learn what really goes on behind the scenes go to work in the
medical field. Otherwise you are just being duped by some real cons!!!"
The world isn't
perfect by any means but in my many dealings with physicians in the past 20
years I've found them to be pretty straight forward. I've always had
insurance and/or Medicare plus a supplement so I've never had to worry about
cost. I've fired more than one doctor, but I've put a couple of them on
I was in a
long-term relationship with an RN who for some strange reason enjoyed working
the terminal ward of the hospital. She worked graveyard shift and enjoyed
the patients but hated the paper work associated with death. On more than
one occasion she came home telling me about the person who was dying and she
didn't want to do the paper work so she would keep stuffing their spirit back
into their body so that they would die on day shift, and it worked. I know
it did and I wouldn't even tell the story except for the fact that I read the
same thing about a doctor who worked the emergency room in Los Angeles. He
did exactly as she did. Is that somehow wicked? Or is it simply
I've had cancer
twice. First was prostate cancer 18 years ago. Was told by the
urologist that it had to come out. Didn't even know what an oncologist was
at that time, so found one who didn't do surgery and even before the visit
had enough information to know that I wasn't going to have surgery. He
confirmed it. I never ever went back to that urologist. You have to
pick and choose carefully.
physicians are people too. Yet I'd trust my cancer to an MD of any
standing long before I'd turn myself over to some of the many alternatives out
there. But I do practice alternative therapies for cancer - Essiac and Pau
d'Arco to name just a couple. But they haven't worked for me. I
cured my prostate cancer with raw garlic which I still use and which will still
bring down my PSAs if I remember to eat it. Last PSA was .7.
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