Malignant Medical Myths
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Joel M. Kauffman, PhD
A fearless exposé of mainstream medicine’s most revered dogma, this book is solidly based on trusted medical and nutritional books and journals. Americans spend $2 trillion per year on health care, about $7,000 each, yet it buys almost the poorest healthcare among developed countries, with 200,000 deaths per year from medical treatment.
Find out why advice from authorities on screening tests, drugs, diet, exercise, alcohol, radiation, radon, and water fluoridation is often wrong and commercially motivated. See how clinical trials are slanted. Understand how “sickness” is created to sell treatments, and which government agencies support these shenanigans.
Websites that appear to be those of self-help groups with certain ailments can be owned by corporations making products for those ailments. In the USA, you have the last word on what medical or diet advice you will act upon. This book provides you with the power to evaluate this advice, and shows how to find reliable sources of medical and diet information.
Softcover, 327 pages
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