If fluoroquinolones are so toxic to humans, why would an MD risk the welfare of their patients? The answer is - without drugs, what could an MD do for you? The days of an MD being able to offer anything but drugs are long gone. They no longer understand physiology, which is essential in being able to treat patients, with or without drugs. If you'd like to know your doctors understanding of physiology, ask him a basic physiology-related question, "What problems would antacid medications create for the body?" Most MDs will give an answer of nothing, nothing really, or something similar. A few might say that in some people with osteoporosis, it can make the condition worse. They would only know that because it is now a required Black Box lable on antacid medications, which wasn't originally there when the drugs were first released. If they don't know that piece of information, that's really bad. Here's the answer - antacid medications cause a loss of absorption of protein, calcium, magnesium, iron, iodine, B12, Folic acid, Zinc, and other minerals.
Each drug has an average of close to 400 side effects. There's never not an effect, or as the Intensive Care Unit doctor explained to me, " Look, we know that all drugs affect every cell, tissue, and organ in the body, we just can't predict when that will happen."