Healthcare does not get to the root of the issue and it’s causing people to be at Dis-ease

The body is a whole organism and not separated out into individual pieces. With that said, the body needs to be treated in its entirety!

There is no biological or blood test to ascertain the presence or absence of a “mental illness” as there is for real legitimate physical disease or illness. If such a test could exist, then it would cease to be “mental illness” and be a symptom of a bodily disease.

“Psychiatrists” are not medical doctors by any stretch of the imagination. Modern Medical Science doesn’t recognize them as such. In fact, the tools and tests in medical science don’t work when applied to the pseudo-science used in “psychiatry.”

“It takes one person to have a real illness such as cancer, diabetes, etc., it takes two people to have a “mental illness.”

Real disease is discovered, “mental illness” is invented. Fictional disorders are voted into existence by a panel of “psychiatrists,” then given billing codes that go out to insurance companies to pay for the drugs.

The “patient” is a creation. They are labeled as such and if they believe the “psychiatrist,” they willingly become one.

This pseudo-science is a crime and weapon used against humanity.

This article in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) is the best article I have ever seen written in the published literature documenting the tragedy of the traditional medical paradigm.

This information is a followup of the Institute of Medicine report which hit the papers in December of last year in 1999, but the data was hard to reference as it was not in peer-reviewed journal. Now it is published in JAMA which is the most widely circulated medical periodical in the world.

The author is Dr. Barbara Starfield of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health and she desribes how the US health care system may contribute to poor health.


12,000 — unnecessary surgery
7,000 — medication errors in hospitals
20,000 — other errors in hospitals
80,000 — infections in hospitals
106,000 — non-error, negative effects of drugs

These total to 225,000 deaths per year from iatrogenic causes which would make it 2.25 million in 10 years!!

What does the word iatrogenic mean? This term is defined as induced in a patient by a physician’s activity, manner, or therapy. Used especially of a complication of treatment.

Dr. Starfield offers several warnings in interpreting these numbers:

First, most of the data are derived from studies in hospitalized patients.
Second, these estimates are for deaths only and do not include negative effects that are associated with disability or discomfort.
Third, the estimates of death due to error are lower than those in the IOM report.

If the higher estimates are used, the deaths due to iatrogenic causes would range from 230,000 to 284,000. In any case, 225,000 deaths per year constitutes the third leading cause of death in the United States, after deaths from heart disease and cancer. Even if these figures are overestimated, there is a wide margin between these numbers of deaths and the next leading cause of death (cerebrovascular disease).