Thanks to thecontrail.com for this link:
Heart disease is the first cause of death, according to this article from Paul A Phillips at sott.net. Cancer is the second cause, no surprises there. However the third cause is, believe it or not, medical error! In the U.S. 210,000 people die per year from medical mistakes.
As I regularly point out here, our medical industry if you like, has lost its desire to promote health by prevention as there is more money to be made from chemical, pharmaceutical ‘cures’ … that ultimately treat symptoms not causes. This decline of affairs began back in the early nineteenth century when the Rockefeller fraternity if you like, realized there was big money to be made from pharmaceuticals … and set about destroying natural cures. The powers that be are still in the business of suppressing the same, including dispensing with natural, holistic practitioners.
This is all a huge degeneration from the once practiced Hippocratic oath (see pdf pp 153-155) of Medical Doctors (“…I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure…” a part quote, note) . It is an era when we need more and more to be proactive about our own health. Gone are the days when the family GP was perceived as being up there with God himself. Read, research and protect yourself from medical misadventure. Read the article and particularly watch the video by Dr Mercola who will provide you with all the statistics to prove the veracity of these claims (note the video is also within the article).
In the USA alone it has been estimated that at least 210,000 patients died from medical mistakes in a year making this the third leading cause of death while heart disease is the first and cancer comes second.
Can the above figure be used to expose the corruption in medicine?
The reason why it has taken so long to realise that something is not right and why so many still don’t see that anything is going on can be explained like this:
On the whole, people: healthcare workers or patients or the public at large, can regard many circumstances in medicine as isolated cause and effect relationships. In other words, people generally fail to make the connections between the different cause and effect relationships.