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Cancer Woes Are Many

March 27, 2012 by  

If we obey our doctor without question, we could have huge additional unnecessary risk.

“Tests” are a very big part of conventional medicine these days, and many of them have risk. Who cares? It’s the profit that’s important, and hospitals demand the income.

There is danger in biopsies, CT scans and all tests connected with radiation. I believe sincerely that, by far, most of these tests are worthless. But what are the very first words out of your doctor’s mouth? “Let’s do some tests.”

It is high income for hospitals.

Bob Livingston

is an ultra-conservative American and author of The Bob Livingston Letter™, founded in 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • Stephan F.

    Like all the other great frauds being perpetuated on the average citizen today, the medical cartel is perhaps one of the biggest and most entrenched. Why is that, and how do I come to such a conclusion? Very simple. One need look no further than that ol’ debbil Uncle Sammy. The cancerous tentacles of government has spread across the land far and wide, polluting everything in its path. And nowhere has its corrupted influence been felt more than medical care establishment. I think this one institution alone is more corrupt and polluted than even the education establishment, if that’s even possible.

    Just keep this in mind, like all other fraudulent enterprises, those who advocate for it, profit by it. Woe to the person who must eventually enter its realm — trust no one.

  • scared

    Yes it seems doctors push these and you can’t even explain why do don’t feel them to be necessary. What are we to do. Now the electronic records say patient refused without the patients reason. What are we to do? Where to find a doctor that is not part of the big money making system. It seems the tests are even geared to medicate or operate. The blood tests for cholesterol and sugar levels have had decreased numbers for being ‘normal’ in recent years to put more on lifelong meds. Meds that do more harm than good by the way. Just what will or can we do?.

    • Nan

      Thank you, Scared, for pointing out the fact that parameters for gaging blood pressure & diabetes have been CHANGED in the past few decades. The numbers have been consistently lowered, thus more & more are being diagnosed with HBP & type 2 diabetes (a new one that they came up with that doubtless almost EVERYONE w/be guilty of if tested). The billions spent on drugs for just these two, not even counting the highly controversial–altho you won’t hear that–cholesterol scam, are beyond the pale–now you get robo calls from diabetic supply co’s, ads urging you to order supplies at no charge to you, IF you’re on Medicare. Are the drug co’s happy? You bet…and the Dr’s? Ditto–they get a LIFETIME patient…how good is that?!

      • Joe H

        I caution you on your assumption that type two diabetes is a false flag. I am less than twenty-five pounds over weight and have it. I promise you, when my sugar drops, I can tell you, it is very real. when it rises, I can tell you just the same. IT IS VERY REAL! There is a group of Vietnam Vets that have it due to defoliants called Agent Orange. Well, it has been used along the rail road beds for decades. I can remember as a kid going along the railroad beds looking for asparagus. Also, I can remember hunting rabbits along the tracks. Care to bet there aren’t a good number here in the states that have never served that also have dioxin caused diabetes?? It has been recognized first in Austrailia, then the US, and even Vietnam. Other countries are starting to recognize it as well!!

  • Be-Your-Own-Doctor

    The internet is a wonderful resource for health info. So the answer to “Just what will or can we do?” is to do your own research. Think for yourself! If you must consult someone find an alternative doctor, like a naturopath or herbalist, there are many online if you can’t find one where you live.

  • Debbie

    Be aware of online medical sights many are actually sponsord by pharmacutical companies pushing their products

  • lady kroft

    Perhaps it’s because CT scanners and other test equipment are very expensive and in order to pay them off they have to use them. Alas, next year there’s a new model out so the cycle continues. Also, a doctor’s liablity insurance for malpractice is annually very high, in the hundred’s of thousands of dollars.

  • Incredulous1

    Doctors used to be the “most trusted” right after your clergyman. Now, they whore themselves out to the highest bidder – Merck, Pfizer, J&J, Roche, Eli Lilly … take your pick of multi-billion $ big-pharm companies. And who among them has marketed a “cure?” NONE! With billions of dollars spent on medical research every year, you would have thought these “geniuses” would have stumbled across a cure for something – ANYTHING! But no. Nothing but a-pill-a-day “treatments” for life. Think about it: how much would a one-pill cure cost? A thousand bucks? Ten thousand? They’ll make twice that with a $5 pill/day in less than 11 years. Cynical? NO! Obvious!

    • Joe H

      CURE???? surely you jest!!!! If they CURE diseases, then who will need their “treat the symptom” type drugs??? don’t be rediculous!!

  • Barney

    My wife and I have had some very bad experiences with doctors. After one heart stent my doctor tried to convince me another was needed. After much thought,I got a second opinion. Not only did I not need another stent, the first doctor conveniently lost the filming of the operation. The second doctor tried by phone and mail to contact him in regard to the film with no success. Last year my wife went into a hospital for a routine c-scan of her neck. At a follow up appointment she encountered a brain surgeon who convienced her she had a very serious brain anurisum that needed immediate attention. We were heading up to the Northeast in a few weeks and I convinced my wife to get a second opinion at very respected clinic. Their finding was that there was no anurisum at the spot the first doctor said their was one. They did find a very small one in another area and surgested that it only needed to be monitored every year or so to make sure to wasn’t getting bigger. Most doctors will admit there “are a few bad apples out there”. I believe there ” are many bad apples out there”. Right now We’re batting a thousand.

  • s c

    The #1 reason America doesn’t have a stellar track record with cancer treatment is because 1) when $ is more important than results, patients PAY in more ways than one and 2) too many patients have too much faith in too many MDs.
    The FDA makes matters worse. In effect, most American MDs are content with being overpaid shills for Big Pharma.
    As a result, REAL science is elusive, patients die and MDs have no reason to go to a patient’s funeral.
    The cancer industry is nothing but a HUGE money-maker for scum who worship money and treat their patients like dirt. Science, my ass. Hitler’s concentration camp MDs would be envious.

  • Senior Citizen

    Wake up America…back in the 50-60′s the AMA became the biggest lobbyist in DC., at which time most doctors and the medical field stopped practicing the healing art and became a big business. Cancer became the popular “cash cow” since it proved to be a bigger dollar replacement for breast tumors and hysterectomies and wasn’t only restricted to female patients. (Prior in the 40-50″s, the cash cow was almost every child having their tonsils taken out.) Diabetes 2 is another good present day “cash cow” too, as most of the medication given creates a lifetime return customer. Big-pharm. companies have worked with the medical field for decades and even some food companies too, lacing food with chemicals to cause cancer. Greed is found in many forms, the medical field is just one of them.

  • Unkldave

    Not so fast! Doctors are more often practicing defensive medicine; remember lawyers, paragons of ethics and morality (like John Edwards) sue doctors and hospitals over anything at all.


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