Blog: Chef Jemichel ~ The Chef-Doctor
by chef jem

Iatrogenic Doctor-Origin Shock-Conflict Diseases & Death!

Iatrogenesis includes diagnostic and/or prognostic shock conflicts.

Date:   5/17/2012 2:16:25 AM   ( 10 y ) ... viewed 3798 times

March 5, 2020 -

"I would not fret about 'medications.' I live in the place where years ago we had a doctors strike. You would never guess who was the first to complain as the strike dragged on? Ready for it? It was funeral directors, upset that business was dropping off. Why? Just look up official records of causes of death." - By: Plainsman1300[51]

February 29, 2020 - The Metastasis Theory Reconstructed -

"... formerly, the metastasis theory was the standard medical doctrine, we can now systematically, logically and biologically reconstruct the processes. We realize that the patient got the new cancers as a result of iatrogenically-triggered conflicts suffered through an unexpected diagnosis and the announcement of the need for an operation."[50]

January 4, 2020 -

"... The world of judgment is full of blame, insults, generalizations, criticism, and in the world of medicine and psychology, diagnosis."[49]


Think about the nature of a medical diagnosis and it will likely become apparent that without identifying the root-cause of the "disease" the diagnosis is only a text-book "generalization" and without considering the whole being of the individual who is receiving the diagnoses it is an insult as well! (Probably more characterizations could be added to this.)

If one were to follow their inner wisdom/inner authority/inner guidance and had certain clarity that getting diagnosed was truly in their best interest this Blog-writer would suggest going to the doctor's office with at least one (preferably more) best friends with who they can communicate with and have the essential support and encouragement from real friends during the diagnosis pronouncement and /or immediately thereafter. The idea is to minimize the potential shock conflict or - ideally - prevent it altogether. There is no reason why an individual has to suffer an additional shock conflict on top of the one that they had received as the root-cause of their disease.

See the doctor with friends and let your friends demonstrate how much they care for you in ways that doctors are not capable of doing. You could spare yourself and others much needless suffering!

December 8, 2019 -

Dr. Sircus has a free online program for HeartHealth[48] with several exercises - the first of which this Blog-writer sampled just hours ago. The heart of this exercise consisted of just a couple steps toward connecting with one's feelings. That inspired this writer to consider "feelings" from a Human Design perspective firstly to identify whether one of the nine Human Design centers includes feelings (as distinct from emotions - most notably attributed to the Solar Plexus center). That search eventually resulted in the discovery of a book devoted to instinctual (feeling) awareness that the book attributes to originating in the "gut." In Human Design lingo the "gut" is considered as the Sacral center. Not knowing whether this is a matter of semantics or a need for deeper understanding (possibly both) this writer nevertheless is excited about one envisioned application that is suggested by the authors of this book as presented in a section intended for doctors.

The message for doctors inspired the following question:
Can a doctor’s instinctual intelligence not only be “used as important data in diagnosis” but also toward the possibility of minimizing the occurrence of diagnostic shock?

July 28, 2019 - An Excellent Article: "Doctors are One of the Main Causes of Cancer" By: Dr. Sircus[43]


This researcher would only add to the article the important consideration of the shock-conflict effect as a root cause that includes shock-conflicts from diagnosis and prognosis. This is called a DHS - B****** Hammer Syndrome as coined by Dr. Hamer.

Dr. Hamer discovered five biological laws of diseases.

1st law: Every cancer and related diseases start with a DHS -
D.H.S. (Doug Hamer Syndrome) - which is a acute, dramatic and isolating life event that takes the person off-guard (aka conflict-shock). It triggers an onset of symptoms, which affect simultaneously the three levels: Psyche - Brain - Organ.

Depending on the way the person perceives the situation, a specific brain area will be impacted as well as the organ that it controls. In other words, at the moment of the conflict-shock, the structure of the brain changes, target-shaped rings appears and are visible on a brain CT-scan (known as Hamer Focus or Hamer Herd). The brain relay affected by the impact controls a specific organ, which will immediately stop functioning "normally" and start the "disease program". For instance, if a person at the moment of the shock experiences a fear of death, it will impact the area of the brain stem that controls the alveoli of the lungs. At this very moment starts the program "disease" on the corresponding organ - a lung cancer may appear.

Through this first law, Dr. Hamer scientifically proved that disease, its location in the body and the organ affected, are caused by a very precise emotional conflict. He confirms that an emotional shock is necessary to trigger a symptom in most cases - there are 3 exceptions: in case of malnutrition, poisoning and radiation. Nowadays, the idea of an emotional connection to a physical symptom is commonly accepted. This idea was quiet new in 1981, at the time Dr. Hamer wrote this first biological law. He was the first who scientifically proved, without the shadow of a doubt, the connection between the psyche, the brain and the organ and find the exact bio-emotional cause to virtually every symptom and disease.[44]

February 21, 2018 -

the leading 
 783,936. 128

over use 



Comment: November 21, 2018 (updated 12/16/18, especially the second and third paragraphs following ) - It is possible to avoid "Iatrogenic Doctor-Origin Shock-Conflict Diseases & Death!" In light of all the statistics (from which some are presented immediately above here) it appears that there is a high-higher likelihood that you would be better off by without resorting to seeing an MD. There are many other options for detecting health issues. Some detection methods are even superior to the medical methods used. Ideally - become adept with the most powerful biofeedback system in existence: your own body! Otherwise - health assessments done by a non-medical health practitioner can include an educational component for better understanding of health conditions and thereby avoiding the risk of a shock-conflict diagnosis (as well as the death-fright shock conflict from a negative prognosis).

If you are interested in the "ideal" re: "the most powerful biofeedback system" then one place to start is to realize that symptoms are not random manifestations or malfunctions. They are an integral and important part of the healing process. When you see symptoms appearing first ask yourself (your body) "Why is this happening?", "What's causing this symptom?" Further questions/contemplations can be: "What's missing here?"; "What do I really need?". Connect deeply with the innate intelligent wisdom in your body and listen. Pay close attention to whatever thoughts may suddenly appear in your awareness. At that point you can begin looking at the thoughts as symptoms. What kind of thoughts arise about yourself? Contemplations on these thoughts can reveal primal biological beliefs regarding survival.

According to the Human Design System we are all programmed with certain survival fears imbedded within our Spleen Center (one of nine centers). The main theme of the Spleen Center is health and well-being. This center is a whole body awareness field. "It carries judgement, discrimination and discernment as to what is healthy or not in many different connotations, from a situation, to food or people, or an action."[40]

August 7, 2019 - "Ten years ago it was ¾ of a million, now, over 1 Million people die prematurely per year due to modern medicine interventions."[45]

Here is a case history from a customer. “We took my mother in for her checkup and told her doctor we wanted to try and get her off some medications, at the very least reduce where possible. We explained that we weaned her off the Statin as we felt the risk outweighed the benefits for her — at 84 my mom’s cholesterol is a low 145 (My note: this is too low a cholesterol reading) she weighs a mere 120 lbs, and her lifestyle has improved greatly from 2005 when she started with Statins. She’s on other heart meds and also on the diabetic drug Metformin for decades now, but no longer has risk factors for diabetes and we felt it was ridiculous to keep taking it. Sounds reasonable enough to monitor her blood sugar and go from there!

The doctor took all this to mean that we were questioning her ability as a doctor and flew off the handle at us, in a BIG way, accusing us of sabotaging our Mother’s health! She insisted our reasoning was off-base, saying what she was doing is science and it’s working. Who were we to question it?! She basically scared my mom into believing she would die without all her drugs and they want to give her more!

September 22, 2019 - Carolyn Dean MD ND - The Doctor of the Future®

When I wrote Death by Modern Medicine, I simply added up government death statistics on Hospital ADRs (adverse drug reactions), Medical Errors, Bedsores, Infections, Malnutrition, Outpatient ADRs, Unnecessary Procedures, and Surgery-Related Deaths to obtain a 1 million iatrogenic and premature annual death total. But I didn’t write about misdiagnosis, which is the topic of this Medscape article, “‘Big Three’ Diseases Account for Most Diagnostic Error Harm.”[46]

Note: The original iatrogenic study was the National Academy of Medicine’s blockbuster in 1999 “To Err Is Human”, which estimated the number of preventable medical error deaths at around 44,000-98,000 per year. Since then several studies have been done to disprove this number but ended up accounting for even more deaths. The meme that iatrogenesis is the 3rd largest cause of death sticks in the craw of allopathic medicine and they choose not to believe it.

However, according to a new analysis of nearly 12,000 malpractice claims, published in Diagnosis, the top three are vascular events, infections, and cancers, accounting for 75% of diagnostic errors. Statistically, 64% of diagnostic errors lead to death or permanent disability. The average cost is $766,000 per highly severe case. The study identified 11,592 cases of diagnostic error for the years 2006–2015. The cases represent 28.7% of all US malpractice claims. Of those, 7379 resulted in permanent disability or death.

An interesting fact is that “malpractice claims represent just 1.5% of medically negligent care events, so the results of the study barely scratch the surface. The author estimated that the overall total societal cost is more than $100 billion annually. It’s almost unbelievable that only 1.5% of iatrogenic events end in malpractice claims and the $100 billion, which must be paid by us, the taxpayers.

The author says the study helped them “gain insights into how to move the ball forward to fix this problem, but only if we work together and commit seriously to making a difference in this area.” But I’m saying that the studies I referenced back in the first edition of Death by Modern Medicine in 2005, should have given us “insights” back then. Unfortunately the problems kept escalating. In the 2014 edition of Death by Modern Medicine the death count did not decrease as it should have, regrettably it increased by a few hundred thousand.

The Medscape article jumped back and forth trying to figure out what to do about this mess. Of course they didn’t come up with any actionable plan. They said it was a “systems issue” and they admitted that there was no funding for tackling the misdiagnosis problem; in 2016 only $7 million was allotted federally. They said that was less than the government spends each year on smallpox, which was eradicated half a century ago.

The Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM) is one body that’s looking at misdiagnosis. In 2015, SIDM launched the Coalition to Improve Diagnosis. This is how they describe themselves – a collaboration involving professional societies, healthcare management organizations, hospital/health systems, patient organizations, medical education and training programs, insurers, quality and safety groups, measurement-assessment boards, laboratory organizations, and federal liaisons. Medical specialty organizations involved in the coalition include the American Board of Internal Medicine, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the American Association of Medical Colleges, and the Society of Hospital Medicine.

Sounds impressive doesn’t it – but to my mind, the whole operation is probably like herding cats; all the energy goes into organizing people and groups of people. It looks good on the surface; people say, “Oh, we have all these people on board”, but it’s all window dressing. I’ve never liked big groups or group meetings because everyone has their own agenda and every group has its head honcho who wants to run the meetings. It’s usually quite a mess.

I guess the SIDM realized they weren’t getting far so in 2018 they launched ACT for Better Diagnosis, an effort aimed at “identifying and spreading practical steps that everyone throughout the healthcare system — patients, physicians, nurses, health system leaders, laboratory scientists, and others — can take to improve diagnosis.”

The data in the Medscape article comes from a three-part study funded by SIDM. ACT for Better Diagnosis gives a detailed description of their call to action, which I will edit for brevity:

Diagnosis is complex. There are more than 10,000 known diseases and more than 5,000 laboratory tests in medicine today. Any one symptom may have many possible explanations.

Improving diagnosis requires the cooperation of many different groups and will not happen overnight… however, improved diagnosis is a “moral, professional, and public health imperative” and…we request and propose a strategy to enhance scientific research “to improve diagnosis in healthcare.”

Let me unpack these words in a more commonsense, practical way that can actually help solve the problem of misdiagnosis.

With more than 10,000 diseases and 5,000 lab tests, allopathic medicine has become their own worst enemy because they keep naming more and more diseases. Their conscious or subconscious reasoning for “naming disease” is to find a drug or surgery to treat that disease. They should also have mentioned that there are tens of thousands of drugs that doctors have to learn about in order to treat according to allopathic medicine’s rules.

My thesis is that many of these “new diseases” fall into the category of nutrient-deficiency diseases and/or yeast overgrowth. I expose the 65 major health conditions and symptoms that are really misdiagnosed magnesium deficiency conditions in my 2017 edition of The Magnesium Miracle.

Yeast overgrowth created by the overuse of antibiotics, steroids, and a high sugar diet, causes the build up of 178 yeast toxins an layers of subclinical infections with viruses and bacteria that can cause undiagnosable conditions and symptoms.

Identifying these two major causes of disease allows you to treat them by using stabilized ionic minerals, ReMag, ReMyte, and Pico Silver and going on a yeast detox protocol. In my experience this approach clears up the vast majority of problems, including Total Body Meltdown.

Symptoms that remain can then be explored and diagnosed by allopathic medicine and also may lend themselves to natural therapies including my Completement Formulas, Homeopathy, a Total Biology consultation, Egoscue body alignment, and other modalities described in my free Future Health Now Encyclopedia.

Here is a list of 65 conditions and symptoms that may be caused by magnesium deficiency and may not even occur if you are properly saturated with magnesium. Obviously it’s this information that should be studied and by researchers.

Acid reflux Musculoskeletal conditions
Adrenal fatigue 31. Muscle cramps
Alzheimer’s disease 32. Fibrositis
Angina 33. Fibromyalgia
Anxiety and panic attacks 34. GI spasms
Arthritis 35. Tension headaches
Asthma 36. Muscle spasms
Atherosclerosis 37. Chronic neck and back pain
Blood clots 38. Jaw tension
Bowel disease – Neuralgia, Neuritis, Neuropathy
Brain dysfunction 39. Burning pain
Bruxism or teeth grinding 40. Muscle weakness
Cholesterol elevation 41. Numbness
Chronic fatigue syndrome 42. Paralysis
Cystitis 43. Pins-and-needles sensations
Depression 44. Seizures and convulsions
Detoxification 45. Skin sensitivity
Diabetes – 46. Tingling
Fatigue 47. Twitching
Headaches 48. Vertigo
Heart disease 49. Confusion
Hypertension 50. Ob/Gyne problems
Hypoglycemia 51. Premenstrual syndrome
Indigestion 52. Dysmenorrhea
Inflammation 53. Premature contractions
Insomnia 54. Preeclampsia and eclampsia
Irritable bowel syndrome 55. Cerebral palsy
Kidney disease 56. Sudden infant death syndrome
Kidney stones – 57. Male infertility
Migraine 58. Osteoporosis
59. Parkinson’s disease
60. Raynaud’s syndrome
61. Sports injuries
62. Sports recovery
63. TMJ
64. Tongue biting
65. Tooth decay

Instead of exploring alternatives to make people healthier; promoting the remineralization of organic farms for the improvement of the food supply; offering incentives to the public for improving lifestyle; and, in my world, getting people on the Completement Formulas – allopathic medicine wants to “propel research forward to improve diagnostic quality and safety.” Sheesh. Put the money to better use – stop subsidizing endless research that just concludes that they need more research!

And we have to stop pretending to try and solve problems by having endless meetings. It’s difficult to organize 2 people let along 50 organizations and hundreds of people. I tend to think that it’s all just smoke and mirrors to make the public think that something is actually being done.

Like I said, the practical, doable, effective steps are for patients to treat themselves for nutrients deficiencies and yeast overgrowth!

As I mentioned above, the report should have included the mistreatment of patients. The following review comes to a shocking conclusion that it’s “Time to Jettison Nearly 400 Medical Practices.”

The authors of this study, published in an online journal called eLife, reviewed 3017 randomized controlled trials (RCTs) conducted over the past 16 years. They focused on 3 well-recognized medical journals – The Lancet, JAMA, and NEJM.“The investigators identified 396 medical reversals or practices found through RCTs to be no better than a previous or lesser standard of care. reversal.”

We are led to believe that when a study is done and proves that a treatment is ineffective that result will be communicated to doctors so they won’t waste time, money, effort and patient’s well being on ineffective therapies. But that is unfortunately not the case.

Ineffective therapies were found in every specialty, with cardiovascular disease being the most common medical category (20%), followed by public health/preventive medicine (12%) and critical care (11%).In my previous blog “Magnesium or Biologics for Inflammation” I talked about a new anti-inflammatory drug that only had a 15% positive outcome for heart disease that was put before the FDA for approval – and thankfully it was rejected. Such is the state of cardiovascular medicine today, they are desperate for some breakthrough but they keep coming up against more brick walls because they don’t acknowledge the simple fact that magnesium deficiency plays a huge role.

What we would like to know is how many of these inappropriate treatment continue to be used. But this important information is not addressed in the study even though the authors admit that “low-value practices can erode trust in the medical system and means patients spend time and money on practices that are ineffective.”

The authors apologize for the excuses that doctors give for not being on top of their game. They say “it can be hard for physicians to keep up with the published literature because of time constraints. And it takes time to conduct a good randomized study, and sometimes there isn’t the luxury of time when you have a very sick patient with few good options (e.g., patients with cancer).”

I would add that doctors are kept from learning about nutrient deficiencies and treating complex health problems with simple solutions like magnesium. The FDA even prevents supplement companies from saying that their products might help you with an illness – a company can only cite structure and function claims. Supplement companies are not even allowed to educate doctors about the health benefits of dietary supplements. This makes it very difficult for patients to find alternatives to drugs.

The authors do admit the role drugs play in this picture. They say “drug prices alone surpassed the increase in aggregate healthcare spending, the identification and disuse of costly and ineffective (or possibly harmful) medications and practices are especially important.” They say “through this research, we hope that more develop critical eyes and demand well-done randomized trials before accepting treatments into their practice. While this may not directly affect systemic changes in companies and governmental agencies, it may influence future decisions and put pressure on these powers to come up with stronger evidence for new practices.”

With such a wishy washy conclusion to this important study it’s obvious that the authors don’t expect anything to be done with their research. It’s up to you to get involved with your own health care and wellness journey.

Learn about magnesium, and much more, by subscribing to my health tips by email. You can subscribe here:[47]


"Government death statistics"(GDS) do not account for diagnostic and prognostic shock conflicts of "death fright" whereby a patient is essentially sent home to die and therefore the cause of death will be attributed to the diagnosed "disease" rather than to the unresolved death fright. The GDS indicated in this article also do not include deaths as a consequence of all the medical procedures deemed "necessary" (as in virtually all the cancer treatments involving chemo and/or radiation). The ranking of "iatrogenesis (a)s the 3rd largest cause of death" may actually need to be adjusted a notch or two.

December 26, 2018 - "Dis-ease (from old French and ultimately Latin) is literally the absence of ease or elbow room."[41] -

Do you see doctors for your health support?......... If so do you ever feel an "absence of ease or elbow room"? ......... What does that tell you in light of the definition of dis-ease?

February 18, 2018 - It's Not Just About "Diseases" - It's Also "Death by Medicine" -
- a film by Gary Null -

"Death By Medicine takes a hard examination at the dominant medical paradigm contributing to America’s health crisis.

Based on Gary Null’s ground breaking book on the hundreds of thousands of injuries and deaths caused by conventional medicine, the documentary looks at the medical industrial complex, the pharmaceutical industry’s usurpation of the nation’s medical schools, research, falsified drug clinical trials, peer reviewed scientific journals, and the complicity of federal health agencies to permit this to happen. The result is a medical system unfounded on sound science.

Why is there a lack of oversight by government regulatory agencies and private interest lobbyists call the shots for national healthcare?

From FDA and FBI raids on cherry and dairy farmers to the halls of Congress, we witness the hostile attack on the natural health industry.

We witness what happens when a mercenary healthcare system and the failures of a just and fair healthcare policy leaves the US as the 37th healthcare system in the world. The result is the American medical system is broken and corrupted by money rather than scientific fact, and the answer is to create a new medical paradigm that addresses the health of people rather than raising of stock prices, careers and reputations."[29]

Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. Former Professor, U-Mass & M.I.T. - Evolution Biologist -
"My daughter went to medical school thirty years ago (Possibly 1988) and was taught as an-incoming medical student that fifty percent of hospital admissions are due to iatrogenic diseases - doctor-caused diseases. In other words the health care industry was admitting in training new doctors that half the health care problems that they were going to be facing were going to be caused by themselves."[29]

There is much to comment on in this synopsis which I intend to do asap! In the meanwhile I couldn't delay in at least posting this here where I had begun to address one specific aspect of the dark side of "Medicine" as of about six years ago.

November 4, 2018 -

"...Until 1985, positive antibody tests were generally taken to mean: the patient's immune system is in good working order; his immune system contacted the virus in question and warded it off.

But after 1985 (and not just in the case of AIDS, but for any virus under the sun), the same antibody test was taken to mean: the patient is already ill or he will become ill.

Millions and millions of antibody tests have been given to people around the world. Just a few of the viruses tested for: SARS, West Nile, Swine Flu, Ebola.

Think about the effects of a doctor saying: 'You're positive for a very dangerous virus.'

Think about the 180-degree turnaround in interpreting the meaning of a positive test.

It generally went from 'You're fine,' to 'You're infected.' ..."[39]

October 17, 2018 - More On Hospital-Based Infections -

What are MARCoNS? By: Carolyn Dean MD ND; The Doctor of the Future® -

A customer recently told us that the lab report came back on her infected wisdom teeth and they found something that she said sounded very scary. It’s MARCoNS, which is Multiple Antibiotic Resistant Coagulase Negative Staphylococcus bacteria. But the good news is that it’s not that bad because I’m pretty sure I have it!

I acquired mine when I first set foot in a hospital during my second year of med school. Staph is so epidemic in hospitals that “Two weeks after being hung, 87.5% of hospital privacy curtains were contaminated with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), even though none of the patients in those rooms had the infection.”

MARCoNS are a step up from MRSA having 6 resistant antibiotics, not just one. And there will be more scary names for these Staph organisms as they continue to outwit doctors.

I found a blog that gave a good outline of this condition and I used it to point out what’s wrong with the current thinking about MARCoNS for our customer. I’ll pass that information along to you as well.

Blog: Millions of people in America have a chronic infection in their sinuses of these robust bacteria. They don’t respond to oral antibiotics and in fact can thrive when people are put on antibiotics over and over again for sinus infections.

CD: They thrive in an antibiotic environment because that environment creates yeast overgrowth! Even the Mayo Clinic in a long-ago study said that 97% of sinus infections were fungal-based. When you have yeast or mold or fungus irritating and colonizing your nasal, ear and mouth mucus membranes, you create the environment that encourages Staph to grow. When my yeast is overgrown from eating too much sugar, I will get nasal boils that are Staph infections. Quitting sugar usually makes them go away but I tell patients, clients and customers to go one step further and do a yeast detox protocol and use Pico Silver every day to boost the immune system against yeast and Staph.

Blog: And probably more common in those that use nasal steroids like Flonase on a regular basis for allergies and chronic sinus issues.

CD: News flash! Steroids grow yeast! So, that’s the best way to keep Staph alive!

Blog: Flonase is now OTC (over-the-counter) which might create even more resistance.

CD: Flonase nasal spray and inhaled powder are strong fluoride drugs that deplete magnesium by creating a MgFl2 compound, which further depletes your immune system. MgFl2 is a brittle compound that, I think is implicated in fluoroquinolone tendon rupture.

Blog: We should always remember to respect microorganisms that have evolved and co-evolved (with us) over millions and billions of years. MARCoNS produce a biofilm that protects it from harm.

CD: Knowledge is even better than respect. Know that microorganisms only infect and overgrow in a system that is weak or debilitated. Sugar and corticosteroids weaken the immune system and set you up for Staph overgrowth. It’s important to know that Biofilms are also inhabited by yeast, yeast toxins and calcium. The chemical chelator EDTA is used to dissolve biofilm. I’d rather use the much safer ReMag to dissolve the calcium in biofilm and treat yeast with a yeast protocol.

Blog: The colony of bacteria sequester within a thick mucusy substance that antibiotics can’t penetrate.

CD: That’s why I recommend eliminating yeast and calcium to thin the mucus and allow Pico Silver to saturate the area and support the immune system. Personally I would use Pico Silver as a nasal spray and mouthwash. If an antibiotic resistant infection occurs in body parts that can be poulticed – clay poultices can be used to draw out the infection. Personally I would use Pico Silver orally and mix it in with the clay.

Blog: MARCoNS have another survival mechanism. They deplete something called alpha-MSH. AKA Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone, has many functions and is essential for immune function. One expert called alpha-MSH “the field general of the immune system.”

CD: One of the 700-800 enzyme systems that requires magnesium as a cofactor is alpha-MSH. So you must use magnesium when dealing with MARCoNS.

The article goes on to say that doctors have to dance around various antibiotics to kill the staph. MARCoNS is already resistant to 6 antibiotics but they keep using antibiotics for it and will create resistance to many more.

Even alternative medicine practitioners use antibiotics. The current alternative treatment is a compounded nasal spray with bactroban, EDTA (to break up the biofilm) and gentamicin in a nasal spray called BEG. Unfortunately, bactroban should only be used for 2 weeks, or Staph will develop resistance. However, most people have to be on BEG for months. And that’s because they don’t do a yeast protocol and they don’t use Pico Silver!

As long as allopathic and alternative medicine keeps ignoring yeast overgrowth and magnesium and mineral deficiency, they will keep having to go to war with our bacterial environment and keep on losing.

Learn about magnesium, and much more, by subscribing to my health tips by email. You can subscribe here:[38]

January 27, 2019 - "Doctors Are More Harmful Than Germs..." -

"... According to Harvey Bigelsen, M.D., author of Doctors Are More Harmful Than Germs: How Surgery Can Be Hazardous to Your Health And What to Do About It, these practices could be costing you your natural right to a high quality of life.

Starting by comparing common surgical incisions to being assaulted and stabbed during a robbery, this book brings common sense to light in an easy-to-understand way. Being stabbed and being surgically opened both cause your body physical harm, inflammation, and have lasting effects on the body.

While your mind may realize the benefits of a surgical procedure, the book explains in detail how the body recognizes only injury. ..."[42]

I had a session with Harvey about eleven year ago that included microscopy blood work. I learned some things. I most especially learned about the importance of the doctor-patient relationship.

Practitioner (as teacher) and Their Patient/Client/Student Relationship -
I was intrigued with microscopy blood work to the point that I looked into the possibility of training by the leading teacher of that day. Although I didn't start that training what has remained with me is what I believe it be the most important element in the relationship between a practitioner (as teacher) and their patient/client/student. Also since Harvey I have realized the most important element in a relationship for healing purposes is listening to the patient/client/student. For that purpose the blood work and other diagnostics are of much less importance to me.

What Is Most Needed Is To Be Heard -
If the patient/client/student feels they need these kind of "readings" they are certainly free to get them. The question I present is who do you have who will devote two hours to listening to your radically honest life experience and respond when needed with all the compassion and empathy necessary to support complete resolution?

Real Communication Is Life and Can Be Life-Giving -
Based on reports that I've presented at other blog posts I can say most Medical practitioners spend an average of about three minutes hearing the patient before writing a prescription. Even if a doctor is much more generous and spends possible ten minutes listening that still doesn't necessarily mean that the patient/client/student actually feels heard.

The Doctor Within -
Healing follows resolution. Resolution = healing. All the myriad diagnostics, procedures, techniques, "medicines" and.or anything else that any medical practitioner can offer can only do one of two things: either support the resolution process or hinder it. However if a practitioner doesn't realize this then the odds now days are what he/she does will likely be a hinderance to true healing. In any case I agree that doctors are now more harmful than germs! I do my very best to avoid seeing doctors. I can do that by doing my very best to have the best relationship that I possibly can have with my own inner doctor.

August 2, 2018 - More On "Medical School" -

"... The first installment of the mind-control program is called medical school."[36]

May 17, 2018 - Media won’t investigate medically-caused death numbers - Jon Rappoport Reports -

July 26, 2000, Journal of the American Medical Association; author, Dr. Barbara Starfield, revered public health expert at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health; “Is US health really the best in the world?”

Starfield reported that the US medical system kills 225,000 Americans a year. 106,000 as a result of FDA-approved medical drugs, and 119,000 as a result of mistreatment and errors in hospitals. Extrapolate the numbers to a decade: that’s 2.25 million deaths. You might want to read that last number again.[34]

May 9, 2018 - Detecting cancer: can you trust all the tests? - By Jon Rappoport -

Obviously, a false diagnosis of cancer would be a disaster.

I’m not talking about all tests for cancer. I’ve only looked into two. This is what I’ve discovered.

There is a blood test, which looks for a bio-marker labeled CA125. There are doctors who will tell you that a highly positive result indicates a high probability of cancer.

Imagine being a patient on the receiving end of that news.

But wait. If you go to other sources—and no, I’m not talking about alternative practitioners, I’m talking about the mainstream—you’ll get a distinctly different view.

How about a quite prestigious organization—the Mayo Clinic?
“A CA 125 test measures the amount of the protein CA 125 (cancer antigen 125) in your blood.”

“A CA 125 test may be used to monitor certain cancers during and after treatment. In some cases, a CA 125 test may be used to look for early signs of ovarian cancer in people with a very high risk of the disease.”

“A CA 125 test isn’t accurate enough to use for ovarian cancer screening in general because many noncancerous conditions can increase the CA 125 level.”

“Many different conditions can cause an increase in CA 125, including normal conditions, such as menstruation, and noncancerous conditions, such as uterine fibroids. Certain cancers may also cause an increased level of CA 125, including ovarian, endometrial, peritoneal and fallopian tube cancers.”

“Your doctor may recommend a CA 125 test for several reasons: But such monitoring hasn’t been shown to improve the outcome for those with ovarian cancer, and it might lead to additional and unnecessary rounds of chemotherapy or other treatments.”

“…some people with ovarian cancer may not have an increased CA 125 level. And no evidence shows that screening with CA 125 decreases the chance of dying of ovarian cancer. An elevated level of CA 125 could prompt your doctor to put you through unnecessary and possibly harmful tests.”

“A number of normal and noncancerous conditions can cause an elevated CA 125 level, including:
• Endometriosis
• Liver disease
• Menstruation
• Pelvic inflammatory disease
• Pregnancy
• Uterine fibroids”

“None of the major professional organizations recommend using the CA125 as a screening test for those with an average risk of ovarian cancer.”

Is that clear enough? I hope so.

Let’s move on to another test for cancer. It’s a version of a PET scan.

From “A PET scan uses a small amount of a radioactive drug, or tracer, to show differences between healthy tissue and diseased tissue. The most commonly used tracer is called FDG (fluorodeoxyglucose), so the test is sometimes called an FDG-PET scan. Before the PET scan, a small amount of FDG is injected into the patient…”

The theory goes this way: cancer cells have an affinity for FDG and “grab on to” it. Thus, these cancer cells “light up” on the PET scan and can easily be seen. Tumors and metastases can be observed.

Yes, but…
“Cancer cells are not always the only ‘PET avid cells’ (or cells that take up the FDG) in the body. It is important to remember that a PET scan is not able to distinguish metabolic activity due to tumor from activity due to non cancerous processes, such as inflammation or infection.”
“In cancer cells, there is an overproduction of glucose transporters and, as a result, increased FDG uptake. However, not all PET-positive lesions are cancer, and in many instances, PET findings can be false positive. … Inflammatory cells also have increased metabolic rates and, as a result, are FDG avid.”
“Many of us have had patients or know of patients who were treated by the medical oncologist for stage IV cancer only to find out what was assumed to be a metastatic lesion was benign on pathology. Other patients have undergone multiple biopsies of supposed metastatic mesenteric lymph nodes that subsequently turned out to be fat necrosis or a granulomatous reaction. FDG-positive lesions often mean cancer, but not always. A variety of lesions have increased FDG radiotracer [the “lighting up” phenomenon] including infection, inflammation, autoimmune processes, sarcoidosis, and benign tumors. If such conditions are not identified accurately and in a timely manner, misdiagnosis can lead to inadequate therapies.”
“Glucose however acts as a basic energy substrate for many tissues, and so 18F-FDG activity can be seen both physiologically and in benign conditions. In addition, not all tumors take up FDG [3–5]. The challenge for the interpreting physician is to recognize these entities and avoid the many pitfalls associated with 18F-FDG PET-CT imaging.”

The question is, after a patient is told he has received a positive PET scan, indicating cancer, will the physician spell out all the factors that could have made the test read FALSELY POSITIVE? Will an intelligent and honest and informed conversation take place, or will the doctor shove the test results at the patient and declare: “You have cancer.”

And if that cancer diagnosis is given, will the patient be in a position to voice questions through prior knowledge, and undertake a reasonable dialogue with his doctor?

How do doctors normally hand down test findings? In a balanced way, or from on high, with all the presumed authority of unchallengeable experts?

Are there doctors who don’t even know these two diagnostic tests are rife with falsely positive readings? Yes, there are. And if they deliver papal edicts based on their ignorance, they can cause great harm.[31]

I commented:
Bullseye, Jon! The questions that you have raised here deserve to be duplicated by every individual seeking diagnostic input from a doctor.

Also - Disease detection lies somewhere between "win-lose" (for the doctor) and "lose-lose"[32] However - a prevention approach offers the possibility of a true "win" for the individual. One of several non-disease detection tools I'll be researching further is the use of thermography. My current search term is: "physiological thermography".

Initial Search Results - Mammograms Benefit Only 3-13% of Women -

The New England Journal of Medicine estimates that only 3-13 percent of women whose cancer was detected by early mammograms benefited from the screening. A large majority of breast cancer tumors are so small they don’t grow or move beyond the breast unless exposed to radiation, surgery, or chemotherapy.

Since the invention of first digital mammography in 1969, there is one type of breast cancer diagnosis that has increased by an incredible 328 percent!

Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) is a stage zero cancer in which malignant cells are found in the milk ducts of the breast only. Left undetected and untreated, this cancer would never be noticed, never spread, and never lead to an early death.

Since the invention of the mammogram, however, those with DCIS account for 50,000 new breast cancer diagnoses each year. This means that completely healthy people are placed into the category of cancer survivor, giving an incredibly skewed impression of the success rate of early detection. Meanwhile, these once-healthy individuals are subjected to months of mental and physical torture by undergoing treatments they never needed while living with the stigma of disease.

Breast Thermography – Faster and Safer Than Mammography -

If you’re nearing the age where your doctor has been talking about early detection and mammography, you have a safer alternative. Medical thermography has been available since the 1970s and uses a non-invasive method to detect breast cancer with no need for physical contact or radiation. While mammography is an anatomical study, thermography is physiological. Thermography uses an infrared camera to detect unilateral temperature increases in the tissue, which may indicate the development of cancer cells. This procedure is safe, painless, and much more accurate at detecting very early signs of disease.

From everything we’ve researched here at Health Scams Exposed, it’s clear that mammograms are much more likely to cause breast cancer than to help you prevent it.

Never let any doctor, corporation or person shame you into undergoing a medical procedure you know little to nothing about. Do some more research and talk with your doctor about medical thermography. The more knowledge you have, the easier it will be to make informed decisions about your health.

**Recommended Research**

Mammograms may cause breast cancer? I bet you are just as floored as we were when we read the research. It’s this kind of out of the box thinking though that keeps Health Scams Exposed at the forefront of medical research and journalistic quality.

We believe that to beat cancer you have to think out of the box. Radiation…chemotherapy…invasive surgery…these are the treatments traditional medicine prescribes for every patient with cancer diagnosis. But we’ve proven time and again that you don’t need to kill your body to cure yourself from cancer. Instead you need to heal it from the inside out.[33]

Additional readers' comments:

"... IMO, an ever-growing part of the rise in cancer rates is due to the fact that more and more, cancer is being mis-diagnosed, and this is being done intentionally in order to help eliminate what the Malthusian elite consider to be an excess of us 'useless bread eaters' (this overall conspiracy is the focus of my historical research). Cancer treatment obviously adheres to an 'iatrogenic model' in which the treatment contributes to (or, in many cases causes completely) a person's death. This model works because friends and relatives wouldn't normally question that someone on chemotherapy would die from 'cancer'."

"... there is the connection between the mind and illness called the placebo affect. If someone is given a diagnosis of death, it can be self-fulfilling so the same can be true of a false cancer diagnosis. I remember learning about this many years ago in college when a professor detailed how a witch doctor could condemn a person to death and the otherwise healthy person would die if they believed in the witchdoctor’s power."[31]

October 4, 2018 - More Light On The Readings of Diagnostic Tests - From Jon Rappoport -

There is a fallacy buried in diagnostic tests that employ antibodies as the standard of measure.

The presence of antibodies specific to a particular germ doesn’t automatically signify illness, and yet that is the interpretation being made these days.

This would be an interesting challenge:

A lab is given blood samples from a number of patients. Each sample, it is found, indicates antibodies to germ X. The lab must state whether these people are displaying symptoms of illness X.

By the rules, the answer would be yes in every case. Yet, the answer would be wrong in a majority of cases—perhaps in all cases.

Why? Because naturally produced antibodies normally mean the person’s immune system has warded off the germ.

At this point, the lab might say, “Well, yes, but chances are these people will get sick. It just hasn’t happened yet. Or they have the disease without symptoms.”

These are not scientific statements. One would have to follow the test cases for a while to see whether they get sick. I would bet against it. In any event, a diagnosis of illness based on a positive antibody test is not about the future. It’s about the present. Public health agencies routinely count case numbers on the basis of antibody tests. And the idea of a disease without symptoms is just a feint. It’s a contradiction in terms.[37]

May 10th - Continuing "Comments" @ Jon Rapport's -

One thing I can't understand is why oncologists bombard their patients with PET scans, which produces a significant amount of ionizing radiation (~25 mSv). So, it's bad enough that cancer patients will suffer iatrogenic damage from the chemo – and now they're hit with high-radiation PET scans during & post-treatment.

In fact, the whole medical imaging spectrum can be dangerous. CT scans aren't much better. Only MRIs (without contrast) are safe and I try to push for an MRI over a CT scan at all times. But the "buzzword" these days are "CT scans," and so many patients brag about how many CT scans they've had and how their doctor is looking out for them. Such stupidity. But radiologists are partly to blame too.They know very well how dangerous some of these scans are but fail to inform their patients and suggest safer alternatives such as MRIs & Ultrasounds. But hey – it's the medical cartel...imagine that. Lol.

May 15th, 2012 -

Iatrogenic - (... originating from a physician) is an inadvertent adverse effect or complication resulting from medical treatment or advice, including that of psychologists, therapists, pharmacists, nurses, physicians and dentists.

"Iatrogenesis is a major phenomenon, and a severe risk to patients. ... iatrogenic illness constitutes the third-leading cause of death in the United States"[1]

That's nothing to sneeze at!

"... iatrogenic disease (doctor-caused) kills over 200,000 people per year--4 times as many as the Viet Nam war overall."[2]

"The assignment of pathological nomenclature is rarely a benign process and can easily rise to the level of emotional iatrogenesis, especially when no alternatives outside of the diagnostic naming process have been considered."

Therefore, an emotional-based iatrogenic disease is a doctor-originated shock conflict that can typically occur with a diagnosis (such a cancer diagnosis) and /or with a prognosis that is discouraging to the patient.

Update - August 1, 2012:

"What physicians call 'metastases' are in fact new cancers, emanating from new conflict shocks - primarily from iatrogenic (doctor-caused) diagnosis and prognosis shocks. No researcher has ever been able to find a cancer cell in the arterial blood of a cancer patient. If true, that's exactly where they would normally be found - swimming in the peripheral blood stream of the body."

From: "Cancers of the Colon, Rectum, and Sigmoid Colon"
(The best presentation to date that I have seen on this subject!)[3]

Cont. -
"Alternatives" deserve consideration. "A holistic cancer approach includes superior nutrition, electro-medicine and vibrational or energy medicine, emotional healing and mind therapy. ...

Many natural cancer therapists claim success rate of more than 90% in arresting and reversing cancer, provided that patients had not been subjected to orthodox treatments beforehand. The most damaging treatments appear to be chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Therefore, if you are confronted with cancer, I suggest that you resist acting out of fear and under pressure. The situation is hardly ever so urgent that you have to act immediately. Instead, do your own research from books, journals and the Internet, and then trust common sense or intuition."[4]

I think we would agree that this a time when an important decision needs to be made and as such an opportunity to make that decision based on your Human Design.[5]

"The people should be able to make an informed choice and to have that choice it must be available, they must know about it and have access to it!":

March 1st, 2016 -

"... once the ordinary person has a diagnosis, this qualifies as a shock in the majority of the cases and if the patient does not feel safe or confident the disease can spread as a result.

In some cases, the tumor can spontaneously disappear. I have observed this and I have personally experienced this. However this is not the rule ... It is the individual's psyche that will determine what the cancer will do."[6]

May 9th, 2016 -

"'People don’t just die from bacteria and heart plaque, they die from communication breakdowns, fragmented healthcare, diagnostic mistakes, and over-dosing,' said Martin Makary, a professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore and lead author of the study"[7] "an analysis published Wednesday (May 4th) in the medical journal BMJ."[8]

However, this does not consider the impact of the initial shock conflicts (DHS in German New Medicine terms) that most individuals most likely receive in a medical diagnosis and especially the shock of their "prognosis" (whether that is delivered by the doctor or is simply believed to be the case by the patient). Furthermore it is unknown whether the two leading causes of death (identified as cancer and heart disease) consider the deaths of those individuals who had chosen the typical medically prescribed course of treatment that can undermine the patient's health with dire consequences.

January 2, 2017 -

"The most acute trance is induced when someone has a life threatening diagnosis such as a cancer. Unfortunately, unless we have knowledge of Dr. Hamer's research, we go into a state of mind that I see as equivalent to a voodoo spell!"[9]

January 11th, 2017 -

" doctor noticed how much worse his patients felt after receiving a diagnosis, a label of what was wrong, how much more quickly they declined."[10]

I wonder whether there has ever been any "scientific" studies (that would meet the criteria of my professor friend) on the state of health of patients after they have received their diagnosis.

March 27, 2017 -

"The Journal of the American Medical Assn. (JAMA) made estimates ranging from 235,000 to 284,000 deaths per year due to doctor-related causes."[11]

“… paternalistic medical cultures and dehumanize individuals in a clinical setting steal energy from patients and can make people sicker."[12]

Ideally - learn three things. -
Firstly learn how to adopt a lifestyle of prevention. (That is the lion's share of what "Cheeta"[13] is all about.)
Secondly - learn how to heal yourself (as any doctor who knows the true nature of healing will say - healing is self-generated).
Thirdly - learn the New Medicine[14] for resolving the unexpected "Shock Conflicts" that can occur even while living a "lifestyle of prevention".

June 25th, 2017 - More Re: the Nature of Iatrogenic Shock Conflict Diseases:

Up till relatively recently the concept of disease has been (essentially) "something gone wrong", "something defective" or the like. That concept has been championed by the medical industry to such an extreme that a doctor's diagnosis and/or prognosis can induce shock conflict/s in the psyche of patients. That phenomenal event occurs commonly. When this shock conflict launches a biological survival program like cancer in the body of a man or woman who already has cancer the doctor mistakenly declares that the cancer has metastasized and by saying that the doctor "adds insult to injury". The body is much wiser than we or even doctors realize! Who can hear it?

What we have been told about disease comes from an industry that is totally invested (in every sense of the word) in a concept of disease that doctors claim expertise in resolving. However, more and more people are discovering that in most cases - the options that the medical industry offers for "resolution" deserve to be reconsidered and reevaluated rather than automatically agreed to. That's because a true healing resolution potential exists within the body - however doctors do not usually support that potential if all they do is apply the typical medical interventions.

The doctor of the future is more a teacher than an intervener. This doctor supports understanding in the patient/student regarding the true meaning of so called disease. Dr. Hamer is one of these doctors and although he is still being persecuted - his insights into the true nature of disease has finally been accepted by a growing body of true health practitioners. Every "disease" points to a shock conflict that either needs to be resolved or that actually has already been resolved and is now in the healing stage. If any of this sparks your interest then look into or

August 16, 2017 - They call it "The Nocebo Effect":

"In the 1970′s a man was diagnosed with end-stage liver cancer and given just months to live. Though the patient died in the predicted time, an autopsy showed the doctors had been mistaken. There was a tiny tumor, but it had not spread. Therefore, this man did not die of cancer but from the 'belief' that he was going to die of cancer. It was surmised that if everyone treats you as if you are dying, you buy into that perception and it becomes your reality."[15]

I suspect the German New Medicine (GNM) assessment in the above quoted example would be called a "death-fright" shock conflict.

I think anyone who is going to get a diagnosis needs to have their closest friend with them who is able to support the Individual through the aftermath of the diagnosis and if a DHS[16] is suspected then the friend would encourage the Individual to start a psychotherapeutic process to support the resolution of that shock conflict.

In fact I think all patients should be encouraged to reserve their "Right to Life" as an "amendment" under the "Hippocratic oath" (to be completely unharmed by the doctor) and under our Unalienable Right to the "Pursuit of Happiness" (un-assalted by shocking diagnosis) by including a GNM perspective as part of the patient's Rights when seeing a medical doctor and thereby holding doctors liable for their Iatrogenic impact. If the doctor causes the patient to have a DHS then the doctor's insurance should cover 100% of the costs for whatever psychotherapy is needed to restore the patient.

September 5, 2017 - "Too Much Medical Testing" by Carolyn Dean MD ND - The Doctor of the Future®

Maybe it's the books I've been reading lately, but I'm getting even more skeptical about the expansion of medical testing that doctors want to adopt to help keep us healthy!

Here's the current dilemma. Doctors do coronary artery CT scans to check for calcium blockage. The scan gets high marks for being non invasive (but they use radiation). However, in 2011, a JAMA study showed that this test is associated with a higher rate of subsequent invasive heart procedures and higher costs. Specifically, patients were twice as likely to have more invasive cardiac procedures compared to patients who only had the normal stress test. The risks also include cumulative radiation exposure.

Basically radiologists do this new Coronary Artery Scan and then they don't know how to interpret the results so they have to do further testing. Their latest question is whether an asymptomatic patient that has a non-obstructive amount of coronary calcium should be treated with surgery and drugs to prevent more plaque from forming.

I've written about this procedure in blogs and in the latest edition of The Magnesium Miracle. I say "The Coronary Calcium Scan has not 'caught on' as a screening tool probably because there are no drugs to 'dissolve' the calcium in coronary arteries. Allopathic medicine continues to use stents, calcium channel blockers and statin drugs – ineffectively. In my world, excess calcium depositing in arteries means a relative lack of magnesium and magnesium is a treatment for calcium build up in the body."

In an Aug. 15, 2017 Medscape article the questions are piling up. The most important one is "Should clinicians take action when an asymptomatic patient has a coronary CT scan that shows nonobstructive plaque, or should these patients not have these scans in the first place?" There are two diametrically opposing views. The interventionist view is that nonobstructive coronary plaque requires action because it's only going to get worse; they are of 'the plaque or no plaque' mentality. The other view says there is absolutely no data that says a patient can improve cardiovascular . . . morbidity or mortality by identifying nonobstructive plaque in healthy people, and there are downsides, including exposing patients to radiation, creating anxiety, and giving people unnecessary procedures or drugs with potential for harm...we're just making patients miserable."

Doctors who want to intervene are convinced that there is no cure for heart disease, which makes them want to start drug treatment on patients earlier and earlier not knowing that it's magnesium deficiency and heart medications that are driving the disease in the first place!

The doctors that don't support coronary scans on asymptomatic people say that preventive therapies should be engaged. However, doctors aren't paid to talk about prevention to their patients and they don't have time in their 7-minute appointment to do more than write a few prescriptions! This is where magnesium comes into play. To here

Medscape had the anti-scan doctor describe the experiences of two recent patients. "The first, a 64-year old woman, had a few episodes of atypical chest pain and was sent for CAC scoring. Her CAC was 75, so she was sent for a coronary angiogram, diagnosed with a 30% ostial LAD lesion, and given "a bag of medicine"—aspirin, statins, calcium-channel blockers, and beta-blockers—that she did not take. She had no cardiac risk factors; her total cholesterol was under 200 mg/dL; her LDL was around 100 mg/dL, and she was very upset and concerned about why she had gotten all these medications I told her that she really was low risk and reinforced diet, regular exercise, and not smoking, which she was already doing. A second very similar patient took the statin drug and experienced memory problems that ceased when she stopped taking the statin."

Medscape also mentioned a dramatic case published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. "A 52- year-old woman with atypical chest pain but normal ECG, troponins, CRP, and other markers underwent coronary CTA 'just for reassurance.' Both noncalcified and calcified plaque were identified, so she had a coronary angiogram that was complicated by a left main coronary dissection that required emergency CABG. Postoperatively the graft failed, stents thrombosed, and she ended up with refractory heart failure requiring a heart transplant."

My advice is to beware of tests and treatments that are done "just for reassurance" or "just in case" or to obviously cover a doctor's backside. And my continued advice is to take dietary supplements that are effective building blocks to help you continue to be healthy. You can google my name and dietary supplements to see my recommendations

Here's my most recent recommendations. I've read 1-4 and I'm working towards 5 and 6.

1.) Overdiagnosed: Making People Sick in Pursuit of Health – Gilbert Welch[17]
2.) Less Medicine More Health – Gilbert Welch[18]
3.) Worried Sick: A Prescription for Health in an Overtreated America – Nortin Hadler[19]
4.) Selling Sickness: How the World's Biggest Pharmaceutical Companies are Turning Us All Into Patients – Ray Moynihan[20]
5.) How We Do Harm: A Doctor Breaks Ranks about Being Sick in America – Otis Webb Brawley[21]
6.) Unaccountable: What Hospitals Won't Tell You and How Transparency Can Revolutionize Health Care – Martin Makary[22]

June 3, 2018 - What Is The True Nature of Your "Disease"? -

"What’s the point of prescribing drugs for a condition that may be due to nutrient deficiency?"
- Carolyn Dean MD ND; The Doctor of the Future®[35]

November 19, 2017 - Wise advice from "The Doctor of the Future®" -

"Rather than running straight to the doctor’s office at the first sign something might be off, take a moment to question any recent lifestyle, diet or sleep changes that may have occurred. Use the vast resources available online to figure out if you’re simply mineral deficient or stressed out. And, if you must visit a doctor, don’t forfeit your entire will to them – ask questions and continue to do research on what they propose you should be putting in your body."

I would add "take a moment" to tell the truth regarding recent shocks you experienced to someone whom you can be totally honest with.

December 11, 2017 - What if the medical diagnosis of a so called "disease" is actually a nutrient deficiency?

Dr. Carolyn Dean - " ...
... the misdiagnosis by the medical profession of hundreds of magnesium deficiency symptoms. For example, telling an elderly woman that she is suffering a potentially fatal heart condition when it’s really a magnesium deficiency it pretty darn stressful.

Your Magnesium Burn Rate escalates with every additional stressor. In order to take the right amount of magnesium, you have to get to know your body. And you have to take the right type of magnesium for your body and for your symptoms.

Tonight on our internet based radio show, we'll be talking with Dr. Carolyn Dean about Gauging Your Magnesium Burn Rate along with a wide range of health topics and safe solutions. You will love hearing the beneficial interactions with our callers and hosts alike including the body/mind connection, identifying the 'conflict' in the 'conflict basis' of disease and much more!! sure join us this evening for another wonderful, information-packed broadcast. If you yourself are unable to make the show, you have the option to email me [Ginney] and have your question or comment included in our MailBag Segment that is featured in Hour Two. Remember, the valuable information, suggestions, and insights about your health choices can always be discussed with your doctor, should you choose to do so.

Dr. Carolyn Dean LIVE Radio Broadcast
Every Monday on
4PM Pacific 7PM Eastern
Use the following link to calculate the time in your area:

How to Participate in the Show:
1) If you have a question for Dr. Dean:
email your question prior to the show to

2) If you'd like to speak directly to Dr. Dean during the show:
phone 602-666-6027 skype

3) You can listen to the live broadcast on your computer:

If you are unable to attend the live broadcast just our visit the archive.

About Dr. Carolyn Dean -
Carolyn Dean MD ND has been on for five years offering practical strategies to improve health, vitality, and well-being the natural way. As a medical doctor, naturopath, certified clinical nutritionist and master of many modalities including acupuncture and homeopathy, Carolyn Dean MD ND has authored over 33 books and publications including The Magnesium Miracle, 3rd Edition available exclusively at

In addition to the recognition lavished on her by her many customers, clients, and listeners Dr. Dean has received several prestigious awards including “The Arrhythmia Alliance Outstanding Medical Contribution to Cardiac Rhythm Management Services Award 2012” at The Heart Rhythm Congress organized by The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS), Sept 23-26, 2012 and the Integrative Medicine Award presented at the Sacred Fire Gala in September 2014.

For a full disclosure of the effects of magnesium and mineral supplementation as well as research and contraindications please visit
*Dr. Dean does have a financial interest in the sale of ReMag Liquid Magnesium, ReMyte Multi Mineral Solution, and ReCalcia Calcium Solution.
Please note that the information and opinions expressed on these broadcasts are not designed to constitute advice or recommendations as to any disease, ailment, or physical condition. You should not act or rely upon any information contained in these broadcasts without seeking the advice of your personal physician. If you have any questions about the information or opinions expressed during these broadcasts, please contact your doctor.[24]

December 19, 2017 - Continuing with Dr Carolyn Dean: "With one million ... doctors on the loose in the U.S. making at least one mistake a day with their patients, it’s no wonder iatrogenic medicine is a major problem that medicine is also ignoring."[28]

The Corrosive Force in Medicine -

In previous posts, I’ve mentioned relative value units (RVUs) that are used to rate a doctor’s performance in an HMO setting. Dr. John Mandrola, called RVUs “The Corrosive Force in Medicine.”[26] Since doctors are employees hired by health corporations, they have to perform up to a certain monetary standard. RUV monthly performance reports compare them to doctors around the country and a poor report can mean loss of their job. Most doctors owe hundreds of thousands of dollars when they go into practice and they can’t afford to be fired.

Mandrola, a cardiologist, says that doing ablations, catheterizations, stents, or valve replacements earns a lot of RVUs. However, listening to patients, examining patients, counseling patients, hugging patients earns very few RVUs. Doing important research, teaching colleagues, and reading the medical evidence about alternatives to drugs earns zero RVUs.

As I’ve said before, there are no points for being a good doctor who has happy, healthy patients because she/he is recommending nutrients and giving them lifestyle counseling, nutrition counseling, or stress counseling. Unfortunately, RVUs have become the primary unit of success. In fact this type of medicine ensures an abundance of surgeries, screening, and diagnostic procedures because they make money. Mandrola says in order to stay employed you can’t make waves, you must have good templates on your electronic health record so documentation is complete, and you have to do tons of procedures, all which makes you valuable to the corporation.

With one million – yes one million doctors on the loose in the U.S. making at least one mistake a day with their patients, it’s no wonder iatrogenic medicine is a major problem that medicine is also ignoring.

Doctors must realize the bind that they are in but Dr. Mandrola also addresses the problem of the inability of doctors to voice their concerns in his Medscape Commentary “Freedom Of Speech Is Also Needed In Health And Medicine.”[27] Mandrola says that “Most editorialists are clinician scientists who depend on two things: industry funding of research and friendly editorial review in the future.” Therefore they can never be frank, or critical, or even truthful about modern medicine. He suggested that “In the past, doctors might occasionally hear plain speaking at medical meetings, but with the advent of social media and smartphones, candor is suppressed there too.”

On the ground, the doctors who are employed by HMO’s can’t make any waves. “Employment contracts come with strong no-compete clauses and warnings about harming the brand.” If you speak out you can be fired which is what happened to “an esteemed surgeon who spoke out on double-booking in the OR.”

You can joint Medscape and read the whole unsavory article yourself. I mention it to remind readers of how hamstrung the medical profession has become. They are in no position to speak out against the drugs and surgery approach to medicine; they will not support alternatives; they will not support therapeutic nutrients; they will allow their patients to suffer drug side effects because they are afraid to speak out. The sheer stupidity of modern medicine is staggering.


Carolyn Dean MD ND

The Doctor of the Future®[25]






[5] For certain Human Design types - "Any kind of pressure is detrimental to your health. Take your time to make important decisions and don't let anyone pressure you.":




[9] "Conscious Living":





[14] German New Medicine by Dr. Hamer


[16] B****** Hammer Syndrome aka the shock conflict.







[23] Carolyn Dean MD ND - The Doctor of the Future®:





[28] Actually "iatrogenic medicine" is not just a matter of "doctors ... making at least one mistake a day with their patients" it includes all the diagnoses that have a shock conflict impact on the patient as well as all the prognoses whereby the doctor says they should get there affairs in order because they (essentially) are going to die in six months or less!

[29] "Death by Medicine" -

[30] page 142 of "Death by Modern Medicine"- Carolyn Dean MD ND





[35] "Genetic Testing for Depression Drugs":





[40] "the Course In Human Design, v.2"; By: Zeno and Chaitanyo, "based on the Human Design System as told by Ra Uru Hu from 1993 to 1997."








From an embedded link in his highly recommended article:


[50] "German New Medicine - A Holistic Cancer Therapy" By: Ryke Geerd Hamer.

[51] See comment at "Coronavirus Update: IT'S NOT THE FLU! Mike Maloney & Chris Martenson":


iatrogenesis, shock conflict, prognosis, cancer, alternative medicine, diagnosis, Colon Cancer, Rectal cancer, tumor, health, healing, new medicine, human Design, liver cancer, belief, death-fright, DHS, psychotherapeutic, resolution, Right to Life, Hippocratic oath, Death by Medicine, medical paradigm, medical industrial complex, disease, survival

(9 without "DHS")

Add This Entry To Your CureZone Favorites!

Print this page
Email this page
DISCLAIMER / WARNING   Alert Webmaster

CureZone Newsletter is distributed in partnership with

Contact Us - Advertise - Stats

Copyright 1999 - 2022

1.547 sec, (2)

Back to blog!
Add Blog To Favorites!
Add This Entry To Favorites!

Comments (25 of 47):
Re: "Got Coconut O… Chef-… 6 mon
Re: Long Winter Ni… Parke… 15 mon
Re: FDA & The Pent… Chef-… 27 mon
Re: "Brain Tumor" … Chef-… 32 mon
Re: Chef Jem Now T… Chef-… 33 mon
Nice Post bell621iran 3 y
Re: Got Coconut Oi… kermi… 3 y
Re: Cod Liver Oil … justg… 3 y
Re: Cod Liver Oil … justg… 3 y
Re: Research By: C… kermi… 4 y
Re: Heart Disease … Chef … 5 y
Re: Why Cancer Is … piniK… 6 y
Re: Organic Laws f… vaira… 6 y
Re: Long Winter Ni… Pamst… 7 y
Re: "Brain Tumor" … hopna… 7 y
Re: My Kitchen! InCharge 7 y
Re: My Nourishing … Mike1… 7 y
Re: Heart Disease … rotei… 7 y
Re: What Causes He… The H… 8 y
Re: Easy Fat Diges… #1176… 8 y
Re: The Thyroid Gl… Gnosi… 8 y
Re: These Authors … jwan 8 y
Re: Big Fat Miracl… kermi… 8 y
Re: So Much of You… every… 9 y
Re: FDA & The Pent… refre… 11 y
All Comments (47)

Blog Entries (12 of 419):
Iatrogenic Doctor-Origin Sho…  10 y
"Feed a Cold and Starve a Fe…  10 y
Why Did These Authors Lie Ab…  10 y
"Some of The Most Clever Mar…  10 y
Beekeepers Protect Bees From…  10 y
"Cure Tooth Decay" - Photogr…  10 y
Short Film Showcase and Part…  10 y
"Brain Tumor" Or "Healing Br…  10 y
The Origins of Life in The "…  10 y
Three Possible Sources of Or…  10 y
Real Food & American Freedom…  10 y
The Fundamental Right To Pro…  10 y
All Entries (419)

Blogs by chef jem (10):
Son of Truth of Self  3 mon  (722)
Raw Milk: The Whole Truth  22 mon  (307)
The ’Creme de la Creme’ by Ch…  32 d  (80)
Cheeta: Cultivate Healing Env…  27 mon  (64)
My Enchanted Garden Onion  10 mon  (44)
Psyche & Health  16 mon  (41)
The U-n-I-Verse  29 mon  (34)
The Whey, The Truth and The L…  31 mon  (27)
Evolving Nutritional Awarenes…  5 y  (20)
Original Truth of Self  13 y  (19)

Similar Blogs (10 of 185):
What’s not to like …  by MarkDuke  15 d
Budget resorts in P…  by naturesprout  15 d
Should I Get a New …  by John7035  25 d
The Best Digital ma…  by affiliate2income  61 d
How Do You Mentally…  by CynthiaMadison  4 mon
sct  by simsctvn  4 mon
tee blog  by tee-blog-deutschland  5 mon
Manage Your Destiny…  by callofdestiny2guide  6 mon
Path of my Life  by Karlin  6 mon
What Should I Ask f…  by ninetailedfox  7 mon
All Blogs (1,019)

Back to blog!

Lugol’s Iodine Free S&H
J.Crow’s® Lugol’s Iodine Solution. Restore lost reserves.

New lower prices!
Hulda Clark Cleanses