Saturday, June 26, 2010

The Medical Profession

Good to know I'm not the only one who feels this way. Hecate's Crossroad: Is This Working?


Hecate said...

Thanks for the link!

The reason I call allopathic medicine an "industry" is because like all industries it does everything in its power to create greater and greater demands for its products.

Thee's a lot more normal out there than they want you to believe.

Zendo Deb said...

It is an industry, interested mostly in profit.

Surgeons killed my uncle. He was dying but would have lived longer if the arrogant, young surgeon hadn't "known" he could fix anything. 4 surgeries in 3 months and he was dead. He would have lasted longer on pain-meds and bed-rest.

For myself, I have "been in the clutches" of the medical profession most of my life. From the time they took my tonsils out at 5 or 6, they haven't improved anything. (reactions to anesthesia, complications, side-effects.) I finally told them to take a hike.