Confessions of a Medical Heretic

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 22, 1990 - Health & Fitness - 208 pages
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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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Highly recommended for the beginner's look into what's really going on in the world. Get your feet wet with this and you'll be off an an adventure into truth that takes you places you never imagined you'd see! This book started it all for me 20 years ago.

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Because I have had experience in working in the medical and have also experienced the devastating effects of some of their procedures, especially the drugs, I can endorse this book as highly recommended reading. Their methods for the treatment of disease is now definitely on the carpet. I also highly recommend everyone discover what the new "Paradigm Shift In Health Care" is by Dr. Ken Sutter and read that book, too, as I am another who has expereinced coming back from terminal disease because of the drugs and radiation. Find out how you're being manipulated by the medical and what price you are paying for it. Most are paying an extremely high price, and that's not only the on-going comprimised quality of life, but their very life itself.  

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