Their Medicine is Broken

I’ve learned much about medicine since I started writing. The thing that strikes me the most has been the complexity of the immune system. As best as I can tell there are over thirty unique systems at work under and in the skin and I can barely describe four of them. I do know mind control though. I understand the mechanics of ridicule or ad hominem and how they are implemented. It’s rampant in the medical industry and violates the very nature of informed consent.

I sat down with forensic psychiatrist Dr. Andy Kaufman for a talk about the healthcare system. This is his first time being public as a physician about what he has seen in the industry. It is my pleasure to bring this talk with you. Andy went to medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina and completed his psychiatry residency at Duke University. He did his fellowship in forensic psychiatry in New York where he served on the faculty, researcher, and later Medical Director of Faculty Practice. Andy went on to develop a patent in the industry and private consulting and clinical work.

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When I was in school I met a man who almost bled to death because of a colonoscopy. The hospital put him on Arixtra (blood thinner injection) to treat a blood clot and the gastronenterologists did a colonoscopy and removed a polyp which bled so much he needed 4 pints of blood. Compartmentalization is profitable, because the gastroenterologists got to do a second colonoscopy to examine their handiwork and the hospital got to install a greenfield filter!

Jennifer
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Jennifer

Loved this – he is a great person to have bumped into – sychronicity

Heidi
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Heidi

In nursing school we learned to NEVER give an enema to someone with appendicitis. My sister saved her husband and a grand-nephew from surgery by giving them enemas and clear liquids for a week.

Heidi Ash
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Heidi Ash

In nursing school we learned to NEVER give an enema to someone with appendicitis. My sister saved her husband and a grand-nephew from surgery by giving them enemas and clear liquids for a week.

J Rae
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J Rae

‘Bout time…. to spread the knowledge!

Bill Lunche
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Bill Lunche

Ah, yes….some Szaz and some Laing, a little bit o’ Foucault….’bout time…

Lydia Roosje
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Lydia Roosje

Just awesome m, the both of you! The more I read and listen, the more You’re becoming my favorite researcher!
I just joined patreon!

Joe S.
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Joe S.

This was a great discussion. Kudos.