[by Greg Perry]
Recently, I found just a glimmer of hope in the traditional medical community
… A few weeks ago, I met a medical doctor. She’s the Lead Physician at one of Tulsa’s largest medical centers.
She’d never seen or heard of me in her life. She knew nothing about me.
Within five seconds of meeting me, she said this:
You obviously take care of yourself, eat plenty of probiotics, get lots of vitamin D3, and do other things like that.”
I. Was. Stunned.
The medical profession protects itself by allowing only those THEY regulate to give medical advice. (To which I ask, “Who watches the watchers?”)
The medical profession protects its posterity by creating its own patients with drugs that fix one symptom while creating systemic, long-term problems in patients.
The medical profession protects its party line by mocking any treatment that doesn’t bring them revenue.
If her medical school professors or any of her her colleagues at St. Francis Hospital or the Warren Clinic heard her tell me that I was taking care of myself by using probiotics and vitamins, they’d immediately inform her that she was off the reservation. (That’s injun talk.)