Medical assault

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Medical assault: indiscriminate, or unnecessary intervention by procedure or medication that is NOT in the best interests of the patient.

Overview

The only thing worse than misdiagnosis is treatment for misdiagnosis!

Standards of Care are artificially erected mandates that dictate what a health practitioner may or may not do and for which they are held, accountable.

Medical assault is common in conventional medical protocol and it is firmly embedded in alternative medical practices because of the mandates and rules practitioner’s are held accountable.

Good practitioners of all types are well aware of the constraints upon them.  The doctor/patient relationship has been destroyed.

Alternative practitioners are allowed to practice their trade, only if they refer patients to a physician or medical specialist when a state of DISEASE exists as documented by their file notes and diagnosis.

Failure to diagnose and document a state of disease [or refer the patient upon diagnosis,  subjects alternative practitioners to scrutiny and disciplinary action by license review boards.

Medical assault exists in hundreds of DISGUISED forms from FORCED VACCINATION PROTOCOLS to mandatory prescribing of medication, unjustified use of antibiotics and surgical intervention.

Emergency room medicine is, by its very nature,  the ONLY medical platform where the patient’s interests come first.  As a whole, medicine has been stripped of its humanity.

Good doctors and decent healers are ALWAYS attacked and thrown under the bus because they they are a threat to those who dictate and control medical protocols not in the best interest of patients.  Big-Pharma is at the top of the list in every way.

ALL GOOD WILL BE ATTACKED!

AVOID INVOLVEMENT IN THE SICK-CARE SYSTEM WHEREVER POSSIBLE OR YOU WILL PAY WITH YOUR LIFE!

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

 

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