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 Since We're Taking Shots....
Blanca 593 posts, incept 2020-07-25
2022-01-31 07:57:40

Bravo!

Too many physicians are now just following the government dictated COVID treatment flow chart. They know where their bread is buttered. It is good to be skeptical of their treatment of their patients. Their mantra is "get vaccinated" for a disease that has a survival rate of over 99.5%. How can they be trusted with any aspect of your health?

The medical profession has damaged itself immeasurably with its response to COVID. Many people, like myself, will be more inclined to question anything a physician has to say about any medical diagnosis and the recommended treatment.

In the past, getting to know your physician was important so that he could understand your health and provide you with sound advice. Now it doesn't seem to matter as so many just parrot the government treatment requirements.

Noorchashm took the easy way out - criticize Malone and McCullough, just like everyone else. I despise this kind of cowardly reasoning. Did he take any principled stands? Does his opinion cost him anything (prestige, money, power)?

In a few years from now, we will all know how effective the vaccines really were, how many people were likely injured and killed by them, and how many people the monsters killed with vents, remdesivir, the denial of potentially life saving medications, and the failure to stress losing weight and taking supplements like Vit D.

When the medical system implodes I hope physicians like Dr N reap the consequences of their actions.
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