May 21, 2015
by Paul Fassa, Natural Health Journalist
(UtopiaSilver.com) Standard of care is a term that is used often in mainstream medical circles. It gives the illusion that it guarantees the finest medical care possible. But is standard of care more hypocritical than Hippocratic? Proof that it is an illusion comes with several estimates of iatrogenic illness, injury, and death that occur annually in the USA alone. Opinions aside, if we simply look at the facts the hypocrisy of the AMAs standard of care is undeniable.
Iatrogenic is the term that describes deaths, injuries, or illnesses that result from or are caused by any medical protocols or medicines. And iatrogenic death ranks third, conservatively, among all causes of death in the USA.
This ranking includes pharmaceuticals prescribed correctly, but excludes “cancer deaths” that are often from toxic chemo and radiation therapies. They do actually produce enough harm to kill, but the death certificates usually read death from cancer.
Also excluded are over the counter drugs, especially sleeping pills and those pain killers that contain acetaminophen, such as Tylenol and other generic forms.
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