Confessions of a Medical Heretic

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 22, 1990 - Health & Fitness - 208 pages
Revealing that modern medicine's methods are often more dangerous than the diseases they are designed to diagnose and treat, Dr. Mendelsohn explains the risks of annual physical examinations, drugs, and unnecessary surgery, and compares home and hospitalbirths

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Twenty-five years as a practicing physician have convinced Dr. Mendelsohn that: Annual physical examinations are a health risk. Hospitals are dangerous places for the sick. Most operations do little ... Read full review

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This book revealed to me what I was suspecting for a while. Modern medicine is a business to keep people sick. Kudos to Mendelson and other physicians that study deeper and are outraged at how a system that pretends to care, only robs you and makes you sicker.

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