Is Medical Care in the U.S the leading cause of death?.
DEATH RATES 2011:
- Medical Care: 780,230
- Heart disease: 599,413
- Cancer: 567,628
New statistics show that almost 1 Million people a year die from the medical industry every year.
Did you know that 780,000 people died last year because of poor medical care?
This means that almost 1 million people each year in the united states, who put their lives in the hands of the leading health care professionals of the world, are dropping dead. Because of, wrong prescriptions, misdiagnosis, failure to recognise symptoms, etc.
90% of doctors refuse chemotherapy as a treatment for their owns tumors because of the low success rate.
The average age of mortality of a physician is 56, This is lower than the average of the 'non-educated' people of 70.
Why do the patients of the american medical doctors continue to seek treatment when such a prevalence is put of profit, not on health.
That the status quo is no longer healthcare professional, but disease management personnel.
With the 8 years in medical school, the average doctor is trained for less than 27 hours on health, nutrition and the human frame. The rest is spent in diagnosis, much to my surprise, shock and disappointment as i'm sure is yours that a doctor is not trained to make you healthy, but to prescribe the right drug for the right symptom.
and apparently, with almost 1 million deaths a year that not one doctor is held responsible for there is an unspoken epidemic in health that needs to be addressed here.
Don't misunderstand me, I am not being critical o all doctors, Surgeons save peoples lives everyday!
Pediatricians get disabled kids the resources and help they need, and dietitians are doing the best the can with the information they've been given.
I am not condemning the medical community in which I am a part of, I am simply stating in this open letter, asking those of the community to come forward in their own practises and say enough is enough, Get their patients off these drugs, and just feed them healthy food.