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Re: the average liver is 1,4 kg. how came that so many stones?
 
annmarie Views: 1,829
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Re: the average liver is 1,4 kg. how came that so many stones?


the established treatment system has a preferance for treating symptoms. the technomechanical problems might be explained as to cause and effect; "when you throw a glass on the stonefloor, it breaks!". when it comes to intricacies....as the gastrointestinal system the tables turn! in my personal experience (gallbladder with stuck stones/pancreatis etc)the outright lies to fellowpatients about them being able to REMOVE the stones without harming the gallbladder....as a perfect possibility for people in anguish.patients believed them and succumbed to the knife....never finding out that they had actually been "relieved" of their gallbladder while sedated! on awakening they were presented with the"stones" in a glasjar that they proudly showed their friends and family, living forever under the illusion that they were STONEFREE forever and still had their gallbladder! When they later experienced similar pains and strange bowel movements, no real explanations were given but there was always MEDICATION to take care of the poor digestion, the fatty liver, the heartburn, the overall acidic reflux etc etc.
where i live the medicare is free ( amazingly the establishment operates on and on removing gallbladders by the thousands every year) and finds ways to use their economic resources on nonsense instead of true cures! no education instead of medication to be seen!
 

 
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