Thursday, September 1, 2011


The answer is simple. Because the scientific foundation on which modern medicine is based has been structured around a number of false assumptions. Furthermore, until I came on scene, no one had questioned these assumptions for the past 100 years of costly research into the diseases of the human body.

You will discover why we never understood dehydration. You will realize that you were not the only one who made this awful mistake ; the medical and scientific communities, which spend your billion of dollars on their pet projects, were just as blind. All this time, we in medicine had labeled varying patterns of local or regional dehydration of the body as this or that disease. We invented our tongue-twisting jargon to label complications of water shortage in the body as a new discovery in medicine, and immediately asked for more money to expand on our labels.

You will read the new foundation of thought in modern medicine, because I came to see the mistaken labeling through my own bitter experience. I discovered a medical breakthrough that will put the science of human physiology in charge of the future of medicine. It will stir steer it away from the grip of the pharmaceutical industry backed by government of the day and its malicious practice of using the sick in our society as cash cows. I have discovered the errors of basic scientific judgment on which the entire structure of modern medicine has been constructed -- in the process killing millions and making tens of millions of people sicker and health deteriorated because society thought we doctors knew what we were doing. Many don't really know what they were doing .We hurt people, ad the drug industry made money from our blind ignorance of the way the human body shows that it is short of water.

In case you take umbrage at this statement, proof of what I am saying can be found in the headlines : Washington Post, Wednesday, April 15, 1998 and November 21, 2003: Correctly Prescribed Drugs Take heavy Toll; Millions Affected By Toxic Reactions. More than 2 million Americans become seriously ill every year because of toxic reactions to correctly prescribed medicines taken properly, and 106,000 die from those reactions, a new study concludes. No less than 204,000 people die as a result of taking medications, and millions get sicker than before taking their doctors prescribed drugs. These are very conservative estimates.

The irony of it all is that the drug industry knows its medications do not work in majority of cases. Here is the proof. The Independent is a prestigious British newspaper. Glaxo chief: Our drugs do not work on most patients. " The vast majority of drugs - more than 90 per cent -

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