What Doctors Don't Tell You: The Truth About The Dangers Of Modern Medicine

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HarperCollins, May 1, 1998 - Medical - 388 pages
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This book is your insurance against becoming another medical statistic.

A groundbreaking book based on the newsletter of the same name, "What Doctors Don't Tell You" exposes the pervasiveness of unproved, sometimes harmful medical practices. The shocking truth is that a huge percentage of medical treatments we take for granted -- cholesterol lowering, heart surgery, vaccines, even treatments for everyday conditions like arthritis or asthma -- have never been scientifically proven to work, let alone to be safe. In many cases, modern medicine's "cure" is far worse than the disease. Lynne McTaggart lets you in on the trade secrets of medicine, offering up-to-the-minute, proven scientific alternatives for diagnosing, preventing, or treating many illnesses. "What Doctors Don't Tell You" will give readers the knowledge and power to take control of their health.

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User Review  - Eleanor - Goodreads

Very informative a must read for people with an enquiring mind and doubts about allopathic treatment. Read full review

Review: What Doctors Don't Tell You: The Truth about the Dangers of Modern Medicine

User Review  - GL - Goodreads

I am very sceptical about the medical industry and find it very worrying the way the majority of people blindly put their faith into it without question. A friend recommended this book saying that I ... Read full review

About the author (1998)

Journalist and author Lynne McTaggart is one of the preeminent spokespersons on consciousness, the new physics, and the practices of conventional and alternative medicine. The author of "The Intention Experiment", she lectures worldwide and is co-executive director of Conatus, which publishes well-respected health and spiritual newsletters. She lives with her family in London.

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