Thursday, June 28, 2018

What was the murdered scientist working on?

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The recent death of Tristan Beaudette, a murdered pharma scientist shot while camping in Malibu, has stirred up a lot of questions. Tristan was a vaccine researcher. Here is a list of published research papers involving vaccines that Tristan worked on. It's a good idea the public starts researching how these vaccines are being designed to disable the population. All it takes is one protein in one vaccine to harm someone.
- Acid-degradable polyurethane particles for protein-based vaccines biological evaluation and in vitro analysis of particle degradation products
- In vitro analysis of acetalated dextran microparticles as a potent delivery platform for vaccine adjuvants
- T-cell Activation by Antigen-loaded pH-sensitive Hydrogel Particles In Vivo: The Effect of Particle Size
- In vivo studies on the effect of co-encapsulation of CpG DNA and antigen in acid-degradable microparticle vaccines
- Acetal-Derivatized Dextran: An Acid-Responsive Biodegradable Material for Therapeutic Applications
- Acetalated dextran is a chemically and biologically tunable material for particulate immunotherapy
- Chemoselective Ligation in the Functionalization of Polysaccharide-based Particles
- Acetal-Modified Dextran Microparticles with Controlled Degradation Kinetics and Surface Functionality for Gene Delivery in Phagocytic and Non-Phagocytic Cells

So you had your vaccines and you are ok?

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I hear this every day. Okay - what does that word mean?
Is asthma okay?
Is food allergy okay?
Is PEANUT anaphylaxis okay?
Is 1/3 suffering cancer okay?
Is autism okay?
Is diabetes okay?
Is SIDS okay?
Is arthritis okay?
Is epilepsy okay?
Is infertility okay?
Are regular colds and flu okay?
Is ALS okay?
Is chronic fatigue okay?
Is glandular obesity okay?
Is sudden 'natural causes' death okay?
Are behavioural issues okay?
ALL of these - and much more - are the new okay.
So yes, if you have any of these, I guess you are okay. By today's standards. After all, they are ALL listed on vaccine package inserts as acceptable possible side effects.

- Lulu Langford

Vaccines & the Blood Brain Barrier.

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Polysorbate 80 + Aluminum = BBB Breach!
Did you go to school ?
Didn't you learn this?
Polysorbate 80 is used as an emulsifier by the pharmaceutical industry to enhance the delivery of chemicals/drugs from the blood into the brain across the blood brain barrier (BBB). Being that the BBB is impermeable to many things in the bloodstream, researchers needed to find a way to deliver chemicals/drugs into the brain from the bloodstream in order to treat hard-to-reach brain infections/lesions/tumors, etc. Polysorbate 80 is one such chemical that helps in this delivery.…
Aluminum a direct barrier toxin.
We do know that it can take 8-10 years for the aluminum in vaccines to migrate from the injection site through the lymph system until it lodges in distant organs like the brain, liver, spleen, and elsewhere where it wreaks untold damage.
Dr Palevsky asks
Since vaccines contain polysorbate 80, we can ask the following questions;
1) What vaccine materials get across the BBB, with the help of polysorbate 80, into the brain of children? and
2) What effect do they have once they get into the brain? Do they contribute to inflammation, toxicity, encephalitis?
Since polysorbate 80 works as an emulsifier, and will also enhance the delivery of vaccine materials into the rest of the cells of the body,
3) What vaccine materials enter the cells of our bodies?
4) Do they remain in the cells once they get in there?
5) Do they impair any parts of the cells, i.e, mitochondrial DNA, nuclear DNA, or other cellular apparatuses - endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus?
6) Do they become part of the DNA of the cells since there are whole DNA strands from live viruses in the vaccines, along with foreign animal DNA and bacterial/viral/yeast protein antigens?
7) If they do become part of the DNA, how does this change the function and/or regulatory systems in the cells?
😎 Do the materials from vaccines (e.g. aluminum, mercury, formaldehyde) entering through the cell membranes at the hands of polysorbate 80 do anything to impair the electrical charge of the cell membrane, or impair/alter the way materials enter or exit the cell through the cell membrane (nutrients, cellular wastes, manufactured proteins, or enzymes?
Since babies have a poorly developed BBB, which may not solidify for at least the first 6 months, or maybe longer if they have a brewing inflammatory condition yet to be determined that has delayed the full development of the BBB, then questions 3-8 apply to their brains as well.
We don't know the answers to most/all of these questions because studies have never been done to evaluate them.
We use vaccines all for the sake of producing an antibody to bacteria and viruses that might not give us protection against getting the diseases anyway.
Of note, we are already protected against getting diseases from trillions of bacteria and viruses that live along the linings of our bodies and within the DNA of our cells, for which we don't have antibodies, so antibodies are not the be-all and end-all of protection from disease. Even the textbooks, the literature, and the CDC admit to this.
With ever-increasing cases of significant neuro-inflammatory conditions in this country, and the fact that the US has one of the highest rates of chronic inflammatory conditions in the world, (…/americans-have-worse-health-than…), shouldn't we know the answers to these questions?
Ask questions first, then shoot.
Dr Google PhD

Are You Seeding Baby's Microbiome?

We are not just single individuals roaming the planet, but we are walking, talking Ecosystems. Like the Earth, the human body too has many varied environments, each with a unique set of living conditions and factors, that influences and determines - Life.
These environments within our body, are filled with different microbes, bacteria, viruses. They reside in our gut, ears, tongue, hands, hair, everywhere, in our kidneys and brains, and outside on our bodies too. They live as microbial colonies, just as communities of plants, insects and animals do.
Microbes interact with each other, within these communities, and respond to their surroundings. They coordinate and perform many functions within our body, from digestion to thinking!

And, Just like Earth's many creatures, our microbial populations too, shift with the winds,travel, and seasons. When environment and lifestyle factors change, they adapt, respond and have the power to overtake systems.
The micro organisms in a particular environment, including a part or parts of our body, are collectively known as the Microbiome. The Human Microbiome is really all of our microbes' genes. They can be considered as a counterpart to the human genome, which means all of our genes. Genes in the Microbiome, far outweigh the genes in our genome by 100 to 1! We are only 1% Human, the rest we outsource to microbes. 90% of the cells in our bodies are microbes.
We acquire ours from the environment at birth. As we grow, our microbial profiles grow and change along with us. The human microbiome is a very delicately and finely balanced ecosystem of different kinds of microorganisms. We have about 1000 species of bacteria in our gut, 700 in our mouth and 700 on our skin. This diversity keeps the microbiome and its owner healthy.
As the foetus slowly grows in the womb, it develops in a near-sterile environment, relying on its mother for protection. The moment the baby encounters the world, and emerges, microbes colonise their bodies. Depending on how and where we are born, we are colonised by different types of microbes.
The first dose of microbes comes from the mother. Babies delivered naturally, are covered in a film of microbes as they pass through the birth canal. The birth canal is chock full of bacteria. During that journey, a new baby gets completely covered with bacteria, giving it a brand new Microbiome. In this mix are even bacteria that help babies to digest their first meal. This first entry of microbes is very crucial in kickstarting our immune system and protecting us from diseases. 
Babies who are born at home finder it easier to work with rather than against the outside bacteria. They are stronger, less colicky and irritable, and sleep well at night.
The remarkable natural process of priming the baby with the right bacteria ultimately impacts the child's immunity. This is how bacterial populations are passed from one generation to the next. It continues a chain of maternal heritage and ancestry for thousands of generations, especially when breastfed and born naturally. A child's microbiome and all the trillions of micro organisms, that live on and in the child, will resemble not only the mother's, but also the great-great grandmother's!
This is the beginning of an incredible relationship and process to create the child’s bacterial diversity.

The Caste System

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Man has always been in awe of nature. Both beauty and power evoked respect. Out of this evolved the Veda's and all branches of knowledge that society based upon natures bounties deemed fit. Fate and the helplessness of man before nature's fury and the pain of human suffering led to introspection and the search for ultimate unalloyed happiness. 

The search was both internal and external and required intense application. Worship of nature and her images led to hymns and practices that required skill. People drawn to the search devoted themselves and thus began a priestly class. In the beginning there was no specification and those that served as priests also devoted themselves to other livelihood activities to maintain themselves. 

Slowly evolved Tantra amidst the quest to achieve power and mastery over nature. The powers were phenomenal and the knowledge obtained was vast and varied as a link to another dimension was established. The warriors came to rule and they tapped upon this power through those devoted to it. This established a link in between the warriors and those devoted to worship and Tantra. 

As cities were established and grew, trade became popular and a set devoted themselves to it. There was also a labour class which provided all their services. Society was composed of these four classes. Gradually began another class. Probably they were those who were punished for various reasons and abolished by society. They became the untouchables and lived upon the favours and whims and fancies of others. During the British rule almost all tribes who valiantly fought them and went against them were declared criminals and outcaste. The Thugees are a case in point. They were not criminals but a section devoted to worshiping the feminine powers.

Not all in India ascribed to this classification which was for a long time just an adjustment. Except for the untouchables (even they managed on their own and had their own strengths) all were at peace and united among themselves. They had their own rules and regulations and followed their system of worship even while maintaining a common thread with general practices that were followed by all castes. 

From time to time appeared reformers who shook things up and removed the clutters that prevented society from progressing. The reformers too were very powerful and after initial opposition they were revered and they often formed religions of their own. The other groups that did not follow the caste system were the Jains, Buddhists and the Sikh.

The Britishers wondered how people followed rules in India and maintained their distinction despite the absence of any central religious power like the Church and the Pope in the west. Jostling for power however often sections of the groups clashed but these matters resolved often with payments of fines and atonement or intervention of the local rulers. Slowly this classification became the caste system and refused to let people move on as a group. 

The Kshatriya and the Vaishya yielded considerable power as it is they who were rich and could influence others. But they were guided by the Dharma and routinely did works of charity. It is they who donated to temples and monasteries and kept society moving. All the monastic orders including Jains and Buddhists were fully dependent on them. All the religious orders kept kings happy and motivated them to follow their religion knowing fully well that royal patronage would help them grow and establish themselves.

The Brahmins supplied knowledge and appeased the God's who were feared by all. Slowly the knowledge seekers and the worshipers separated. The King's built huge temples to appease the Gods and establish their rule and the priests became the guardians of those temples. As they became arrogant due to the powers they came to yield true knowledge evaded them and they developed a streak of cruelty. The hermits who belonged to different castes became powerful when  they associated with kings. 

The common Brahmin as apart from the priestly class remained devoted to studying scriptures and depended upon alms received from religious services and often from teaching students in the many Pathashalas that occupied every nook and corner of India. If that did not suffice they indulged in business though it went against the strict rules imposed on them. The term "poor Brahmin" was very common. Only the society's adherence to Dharma kept them going. It was common to find them literally begging at the doors of the powerful to keep the kitchen fire burning.

The  arrogance and cruelty displayed by the powerful in ancient society is very well reflected in the confrontation between Sri Krishna and Balaram over the latter’s blind support to Duryodhan. Sri Krishna pointed towards the truth and said, “A huge banyan tree is respected due its size and branches. These are nourished by the roots which supply the sap. Similarly great men also have roots and owe their lives to them. The roots are education and the sap is love, compassion and discrimination. If this sap stops plying even the great are ultimately felled.” 

Balaram refused to listen to these wise words and thus laid the base for the ultimate confrontation in Kurukshetra where the mighty Duryodhan fell despite Balaram’s protection. Balaram’s ego too was humbled. The priestly class was mighty but their arrogance and lack of piety ossified society that broke apart. Humility is the armory of the wise. It protects and guides.   

An article that goes to the basics;

The historic story of "Caste"

Corporate Hospitals

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They are in the news every day. These hospitals don't exist to treat you but to profit from your misery. I have been fleeced twice.

Doctors and departments are set targets that are reviewed every 15 days. As Dr Arun Gadre points out, even sham surgeries are performed; the skin is opened and stitched up. Dead patients are kept in ventilators to inflate bills.

As per a Govt investigation your bills anyway don't reflect services rendered as medicines and supplies not prescribed are also included. The medicine shop within the premises has medicines with inflated prices marked on them. These are not exceptions but the norm.

The sufferings of patients exceed all limits. A doctor friend of mine who works in the ICU says it is wrong to think patients in coma do not suffer. The constant flow of tears from their eyes is an indication of extreme pain within that is not expressed due to immobility.

It is common for healthcare workers to be on antidepressants as they are forced to work against their conscience. I would appeal to them to stop working in such hell holes.

The world would be much better without hospitals that are traditionally notorious for deaths due to medical errors and hospital acquired infections. It is sad that even small nursing homes are no longer honest and have adopted all the practices as they have allowed themselves to be sucked into the corruption cycle.

Commissions on referrals are today demanded as a right and those who resist are threatened. Medical associations actively support and encourage the corruption for obvious reasons and the system ironically depends on them to deliver judgments in consumer cases. Affected people are waiting for an earthquake that will take down the entire system.

Swami Brahmananda and Homeopathy.

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Revered Swami Brahmanandaji is the first President of the Ramakrishna Math and the spiritual son of Sri Ramakrishna. He was an avid fan of homeopathy and had studied it.

He was very keen that a few Monks of the Math practice it. When they protested saying that they knew nothing, the Swami requested them to get acquainted with the names of the common remedies and prescribe the one that came up in their minds after listening to those suffering. Strangely the Monks became famous in their practice following this dictum. One of them even treated Holy Mother successfully and She was dependent on him for medicines.

However Swami Brahmananda did not do much for homeopathy beyond this and it rankled me. One day I discussed this with a very senior Swami of the Math. What he said was amazing. It seems while Swamiji was residing at Bhubaneswar a homeopath asked him the same question. Swamiji went into a meditative mood on hearing the query. Then he said something very profound. "Homeopathy interferes with destiny. It can stop the marauding progress of Kaal." (Kaaler goti rodh kore dite pare).

My head was spinning and I studied up on Kaal from Bengali texts on Tantra. When the manifested world comes into being everything is interwoven into it - growth, progress and destruction in cycles and also as a whole; this is the essence of Kaal – the Timekeeper. None can stop the progress of this programme that is joyful and menacing, creative and destructive, assuring and cruel. Everything is predestined in the broad sense.

The Trikaaldarshi's can tap into it and look at the past present and future. Is there no way to escape it? It depends on ones view of things. Sri Ramakrishna while specifying that even the leaves of a tree cannot shake without the will of the divine, had talked about surrender to that will by cultivating intense devotion to the Lord and dispassion.

Sri Ramakrishna had predicted the imminent end of the Kali Yuga and used to appeal to devotees to at least take the name of the Lord and remember him. This is the sole reason he had permitted quacks to rule. The time is short, he had said, and people would suffer poor health and loss of vitality. Perhaps the village quack alone could provide immediate relief and the experienced vaidya would fail. Such foresight in both the Avataar and his dispassionate spiritual son!

Incidentally neither Sri Ramakrishna nor the Holy Mother blessed any modern doctor. The Mother pointedly said she would not bless them because they profited from the suffering of people.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Extent of Corruption in Corporate Hospitals Exposed

Can you afford to die? 

Death remains a topic rarely discussed; it’s almost taboo. Express tries to get some principal players to openly broach this topic. 
Published: 24th June 2018 04:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th June 2018 11:35 A
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When death becomes a costly affair in Kochi's private hospitals

By Manoj Viswanathan and Gopika I S 
A few weeks ago, Keerthi (name changed) - a bank employee in Kochi - had a harrowing time running from pillar to post to get the body of her father who succumbed to death after a prolonged stay in the Intensive Care Unit of a prominent hospital in Kochi released. The hospital authorities had withheld the body, demanding the kin to settle the hefty bill. Thanks to the intervention of politicians, Keerthi could get the body released after a day-long wait.
But she does not want to elaborate on the painful chapter in her life as the family is trying to put the past behind.
Not so in the case of Satheesh, who disclosed to Express the harrowing experience he went through when his father was undergoing treatment for cancer at a well-known hospital in Kochi. A resident of Perumbavoor, he owned a leather shop and operated a cab service with a fleet of 15 cars. His fortune took a turn for the worse after his father was admitted to a hospital following stomach pain. He was referred to a prominent hospital in Kochi where he was diagnosed with cancer. The hospital authorities told Satheesh his father can be cured through surgery. But after the surgery, his health deteriorated and he had to spend around two months in the ICU.
The hospital slapped a bill of Rs 19 lakh and Satheesh had to sell all his assets, including the leather shop and cab service, to meet the expenses. When he ran out of resources, the hospital authorities discharged his father, saying he was cured. However, two months after discharge, he passed away.
“It is sad I couldn’t save my father even after selling all my assets. When the hospital authorities understood that I have been reduced to penury, they shifted my father from the ICU to the ward and later discharged him claiming he has been cured. I met many people who had similar stories to share while waiting outside the ICU. Medical care has become more a business than a service,” said Satheesh.
Karim (name changed), a native of Thalassery, was admitted to a prominent hospital in Ernakulam for cancer treatment. His sons, who were small-scale traders, had to sell all their assets to meet the treatment cost. When Karim breathed his last, the pending amount was Rs 1.5 lakh. The hospital authorities said the body can be released only if the bill was settled. As the family had run out of resources, the Mahallu committee pitched in and the money was raised with the help of generous souls.
Indian Medical Association (IMA) ethics committee former chairman Dr Mohammed Ali said it is the hospital authorities' responsibility to brief the relatives of the patient about the treatment expenses and the chances of survival. "It is unethical to keep terminally ill patients alive with ventilator support and charge huge amounts as treatment cost. Doctors should leave the choice to the relatives. Giving hope of survival and making relatives pay hefty charges are unacceptable," he said.
Ali was removed from the chairmanship of IMA Ethics Committee as he protested watering down his report on kidney sale rackets operating in the state.
Refuting allegations of exploiting critically ill patients, IMA past president Dr Srijith N Kumar said some people are trying to spread rumours against the hospitals and create panic in the society. “The relatives of the patients sign a document giving consent to the treatment before performing a surgery. Ventilators help to revive patients in critical conditions. Actually, it is very difficult to get ventilators at hospitals,” he said.
Supreme Court lawyer Kaleeswaram Raj feels a 'medical ombudsman' would help improve the patient care and keep a check on all the possible violations. "A medical ombudsman in the Centre with branches in all states as the procedures will be slightly liberal, more accommodative and will be more accessible to the general public. One should ensure this ombudsman is given adequate power. They need more than the recommendation power in such cases to issue directions and to implement these directions," he said.
In a landmark verdict, the Supreme Court on March 9, 2018, recognised the right to die with dignity and legalised passive euthanasia. The verdict lays down a broad legal framework for protecting the dignity of a terminally ill patient with no hope of recovery. The court held that “Accelerating the process of death for reducing the period of suffering constitutes a right to live with dignity.”
“As social workers, we often encounter situations where hospitals withhold bodies to force the relatives to pay the bills. Many families have been reduced to penury due to exorbitant end-of-life medical care bills. Even in cases of medical negligence, the relatives can’t win a case against the hospitals as a medical board has to probe the allegations. The medical board members will be members of the Indian Medical Association and chances of a fair trial are slim,” said CPM senior leader and former MLA Simon Britto.
P Rajeev, Ex-MP and CPM leader, confirms such things happen. "I myself deal with a lot of such cases every week. We talk to the hospitals and sometimes they give some leeway. Dr Atul Gawande had asked the doctor professionals in his book 'Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End' if they would prefer an end like the one their patients meet in the ICUs. The question becomes relevant as we move forward. We should also focus on strengthening our public healthcare sector," he said.
"We deal with this on a regular basis. A lot of people come to us for mediation. There should be some governing body to ensure patients are not exploited," said Hibi Eden MLA.
“When you are told the life of a blood relative is in danger, you panic and will do anything to save them. The doctors will say there is a 25 per cent chance of survival if an expensive procedure is done. Naturally, the relatives will pin hopes on the procedure ignoring the fact that it has a 75 per cent chance of failure. After battling death for days, the patient will die and the hospital will slap a hefty bill on the relatives. It’s all business for them. Compassion goes for a toss and they even hold the body hostage to ensure payment,” said a social worker.
The reality is cruel and inhumane. The hefty bills and the related coercions are a matter of fact. The release of a body is blocked as the hospitals do not have any other means to ensure payment. There are some practical steps that can be taken, including creating the post of medical social workers. Medical social workers are people who act as a liaison between the management, doctors and the patients. They can address the issues related to procedures, payments and the chances of survival with the patient’s family, ensuring they know what sort of a bill can be expected. Advice to move to a more affordable hospital can also be given before the patient’s health condition worsens," said a doctor.
Relatives of critically ill patients often complain after days of fear, frustration, stress and struggle to stay afloat with ventilator support, the patient sinks into an agonising death. And they are handed a hefty bill.
The story of 54-year-old Noushad (name changed) unveils the lackadaisical attitude of healthcare institutions. He was admitted to a city hospital due to complications resulting from a bariatric surgery performed a few years ago. He was taken to the hospital after he stopped eating. Though the doctors deemed him healthy and decided to discharge him, Noushad requested the doctors to conduct a diagnosis as he was not feeling well. After a few days, he was sent home.
Within a week his condition deteriorated and he was rushed to the same hospital. He was admitted to the ICU. After four days of numerous treatments and ‘new diagnosis' he passed away and the bereaved family was slapped with a whopping bill of Rs 13 lakh.
“After admitting him, we were informed he had liver cirrhosis and his kidneys were failing, something they did not see in prior tests in the same hospital," said his sister Ayesha (name changed). “On further inquiry, they changed their stance saying there were ‘chances’ of liver cirrhosis. He was given very expensive injections and dialysis and was even kept in the ventilator for some period. When we were let in his body was barely moving. Everything seemed fishy and we raised the issue with the duty doctor, who, we found, was not aware of the history of the patient,” she said.
"I have encountered the sin of gluttony in medical profession twice," says Anil (name changed), a resident of Kollam. Once, a critically ill relative of his suffering from liver cirrhosis was admitted to the ICU of a well-known hospital. The doctors there said the patient was kept under observation for 48 hours. Though the hospital authorities denied permission, his wife forcefully entered the ICU only to see the lifeless body of her husband.
On the other occasion, a friend was taken to a hospital after having sustained injuries in an accident. The hospital authorities said he was suffering from cerebral haemorrhage. But when he was taken to another hospital, it was found he had suffered only an injury to the nose.
Doctors have targets
Hospitals these days are run by corporate houses. A doctor working with one such private hospital asserts that it happens. “They have business plans and like any other job, the performance of doctors is evaluated every month. They are forced to prescribe unwanted tests. At times, things come to light only when the insurance agencies refuse to pay for the procedures,” said the doctor.
Let’s look at a group running a chain of hospitals in Kerala. The group's managing director and his wife make regular visits to all their hospitals with a power point presentation highlighting the ‘conversion rate’ of each doctor. "It is the number of outpatients-turned-in patients and later admitted in the ICU and prescribed expensive tests by each doctor. The whole chart is shown and it is an irony the doctors are forced to bow their heads because they have a low conversion rate,” said a doctor who once worked with the institution.
The conversion rate is one coinage. Names may change but the practice exists in almost all major hospitals.
So, has corporatisation led to the deterioration of moral values in the healthcare sector? Are hospitals following unethical practices to exploit the hopes and anxieties of relatives of terminally ill patients to make quick money?
“Earlier, doctors used to think about what could be done to save a patient. But the corporate culture has brought in an attitudinal change," said a senior surgeon.
"Now, corporate hospitals give targets to doctors. Every 15 days, they hold assessment meetings where the performance of the doctors is evaluated through a power point presentation. The criteria obviously are how many tests, scans and surgeries a doctor has prescribed. Doctors drawing hefty salaries are always under pressure. Medical ethics has given way to profiteering,” the surgeon said. That doctors prescribe expensive tests is a fact. But foolproof case sheets make it difficult to prove a case against them.
Lack of medical auditing provides hospitals with an opportunity to exploit patients, said naturopath Jacob Vadakkanchery. “Western countries conduct medical auditing to make the hospitals accountable. They have to furnish details like why the patient is admitted and what treatment is provided. There are many hospitals that give a glimmer of hope to the relatives and squeeze money out of them,” he said.
A doctor at a corporate hospital was repeatedly harassed by the managerial staff asking him to prescribe more tests. He had to resign due to the pressure. Though there are laws banning clinical trials on human beings, many hospitals continue it, said Jacob.
Medical negligence: A tough fight
Activist K Venu who launched 'Chikitsa Neethi', an NGO to help patients fight cases against hospitals for medical negligence, said there was little awareness about CrPC medical law. "We are fighting a case of medical negligence in the High Court now. Many patients approach us alleging exploitation by hospitals. Even if a person comes forward, a medical board has to appraise the court regarding the legality of the case. In our experience, the medical board is always influenced by the IMA. Now, we have formed a panel of doctors who will help the patients in genuine cases," he said.
They prefer dignity in death
At a time when allegations fly thick and fast about corporate hospitals emotionally blackmailing relatives of critically ill patients, the right of such patients to choose a natural death is being debated.
Writer and critic M K Sanu says he prefers a dignified death at home in the presence of loved ones to the chilling final moments amidst beeping machines in an ICU.
"I don't want to be confined to bed and be a burden to my family. I have seen my friends bedridden for over two years and the families struggling through it. I want my family to let me go if that's the case with me," he said.
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Kochouseph Chittilapilly says, "It is a person's right to die with dignity. I have been arguing for the right to die peacefully and gracefully. I have also made a will. Now I am healthy. No one knows what might happen to me in the future. If I fall ill, my family would certainly take me to hospital. However, I don't want to die in an ICU. My grandparents have died peacefully in the safety of their home. I would prefer that or palliative care to the most," he said.

Monday, June 25, 2018

The History of the Pharma-Cartel📍The History of the Pharma-Cartel:📍Top 4 Shocking Facts About Big Pharma Companies:📍5 Shocking Facts About Big Pharma - USA vs The World:

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~~~💉💊 — The History of the Pharma-Cartel — 💊💉~~~
📍1911, May 15
The Supreme Court of the U.S. finds John Rockefeller and his Trust guilty of corruption, illegal business practices and racketeering. As a result of this decision, the entire Rockefeller Standard Oil-Trust, the world’s largest corporation of its time, was sentenced to be dismantled. But Rockefeller was already above the Supreme Court and did not care about this decision.
In order to disperse public and political pressure on him and other robber-barons, Rockefeller uses a trick called “philanthropy”, whereby the illegal gains from his robber-practices in the oil business are used to launch the Rockefeller Foundation. This tax haven was used to strategically take over the health care sector in the U.S..
The Rockefeller Foundation was the front organization for a new global business venture of Rockefeller and his accomplices. This new venture was called the pharmaceutical investment business. Donations from the Rockefeller Foundation went only to medical schools and hospitals. These institutions had become missionaries of a new breed of companies: the manufacturers of patented, synthetic drugs.
This was also the time when the first vitamins were discovered. It soon became clear however that these natural molecules had live-saving health benefits and that they were able to prevent many chronic health conditions. The first books appeared with research, subsequently abandoned, about the health benefits of vitamins. These newly discovered molecules had only one disadvantage: they were non-patentable.
Thus, in its first years of existence, the pharmaceutical investment business already faced a mortal thread: vitamins and other micronutrients promoted as public health programs would prohibit the development of any sizable investment business based on patented drugs. The elimination of this unwanted competition from natural micronutrients therefore became a question of life and death for the pharmaceutical business.
The Rockefeller Foundation uses the Spanish flu epidemic – and the media (that it already controlled by this time) – to start a witch-hunt on all forms of medicine that were not covered by its patents.
Within the next 15 years, all medical schools in the U.S., most hospitals and the American Medical Association all essentially became pawns on the chessboard of Rockefeller’s strategy to subjugate the entire health care sector under the monopoly of his pharmaceutical investment business.
Disguised as a “Mother Theresa”, the Rockefeller Foundation was also used to conquer foreign countries and entire continents for the pharmaceutical investment business – just as Rockefeller himself had done a few decades previously with his petrochemical investment business.
On the other side of the Atlantic, in Germany, the first chemical / pharmaceutical cartel is founded in order to compete with Rockefeller’s quest for control of the global drug market. Lead by the German multinationals Bayer, BASF and Hoechst, the I.G. Farben cartel was founded with a total number of employees surpassing 80,000. The race for global control was on.
📍1929, November 29
The Rockefeller cartel (U.S.A.) and the I.G. Farben cartel (Germany) decided to divide the entire globe into interest spheres – the very same crime Rockefeller had been sentenced for 18 years earlier, when his trust had divided up the U.S. into “interest zones”.
📍1932 / 33
The I.G. Farben cartel, equally insatiable, decides no longer to be bound by the 1929 constraints. They support an uprising German politician, who promises I.G. Farben to militarily conquer the world for them. With millions of dollars in election campaign donations, this politician seized power in Germany, turned the German democracy into a dictatorship and kept his promise to launch his conquest war, a war that soon became known as WWII.
In each and every country Hitler’s wehrmacht invaded, the first act was to rob the chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries and assign them – free of charge – to the I.G. Farben empire.
📍1942 – 45
In order to cement its global leadership with patented drugs, the I.G. Farben cartel tests its patented pharmaceutical substances on concentration camp inmates in Auschwitz, Dachau and many other sites. The fees for conducting these inhumane studies were transferred directly from the bank accounts of Bayer, Hoechst and BASF to the bank accounts of the SS, who operated the concentration camps.
I.G. Farben’s plan to take control of the global oil and drug markets has failed. The U.S. and the other allied forces won WWII. Nevertheless, many U.S. and allied soldiers had lost their lives during the conflict, and the allies’ reward was little compared to the rewards of others. The corporate shares of the losers, I.G. Farben, went to the Rockefeller trust (U.S.A.) and Rothschild / J.P. Morgan (U.K.).
In the Nuremberg war crimes tribunal, 24 managers from Bayer, BASF, Hoechst and other executives of the I.G. Farben cartel were tried for crimes against humanity. These crimes included: leading wars of aggression, instituting slavery and committing mass murder. In his final pleading, U.S.-Chief Prosecutor Telford Taylor summarized the crimes committed by these corporate criminals with the following words: “Without I.G. Farben, the second World War would not have been possible”.
Amazingly, the real culprits for the death of 60 Million people in World War II – the I.G. Farben executives – received the mildest verdicts. Even those executives directly responsible for the crimes in I.G. Auschwitz only received a maximum of twelve years in jail. Surprised? You shouldn’t be.
By 1944 Nelson Rockefeller had already entered the executive branch of the U.S. government. He started off as Under-Secretary of State and ended up a few years later as Special Adviser of President Truman for Special Affairs. In other words, at critical junctures of the 20th century, the Rockefeller interests took direct charge. They decided the post war shape of the world and the distribution of its wealth.
As such, under the influence of the U.S. State Department, the verdicts in Nuremberg against the I.G. Farben managers can easily be explained. In return for taking over the corporate shares of I.G. Farben, and thereby global control of the oil and drug business, Nelson Rockefeller made sure that the real culprits of World War II were not hanged. In fact, and as we shall see, they were needed.
The Federal Republic of Germany was founded. This was the first time in history that the constitution and society of an industrialized nation could be planned and modeled as a fortress of the pharmaceutical investment business – a transatlantic outpost of the Rockefeller interests.
Within only a few years, the I.G. Farben managers sentenced in Nuremberg were released from jail and put back into their previous positions as stakeholders of the Rockefeller interests. Fritz Ter Meer, for example, sentenced to twelve years in jail for his crimes in Auschwitz, was back as chairman of the board of Germany’s largest pharmaceutical multinational, Bayer, by 1963!
📍1945 – 49
The role of the Rockefeller brothers was not limited to their taking over the global monopolies of the oil and drug businesses. They also needed to create the political framework for these businesses to thrive. Under their influence, therefore, the United Nations was founded in 1945, in San Francisco. To seize political control of the post war world, three countries – leading drug export nations – had all the say, and 200 other nations were rendered mere spectators.
Founded as organizations to allegedly serve the wellbeing of the people of the world, the UN’s subsidiary organizations, such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and World Trade Organization (WTO), soon turned out to be nothing more than the political arms of the global oil and drug interests.
On behalf of the Rockefeller interests, the government of the pharmaceutical banana republic Germany spearheaded one of the most infamous efforts ever made within the United Nations. Under the pretense of consumer protection, it launched a four-decade-long crusade to outlaw vitamin therapies and other natural, non-patentable health approaches in all member countries of the United Nations. The goal was to simply ban any and all competition for the multi-billion dollar business with patented drugs. The plan was simple: copy for the entire world what had already been accomplished in America in the 1920s – a monopoly on health care for the investment business with patented drugs.
Since the marketplace for the pharmaceutical investment business depends upon the continued existence of diseases, the drugs it developed were not intended to prevent, cure or eradicate disease. Thus, the goal of the global strategy was to monopolize health for billions of people, with pills that nearly cover symptoms but hardly ever address the root cause of disease. The deprivation of billions of people from having access to life saving information about the health benefits of natural health approaches, whilst at the same time establishing a monopoly with largely ineffective and frequently toxic patented drugs, caused disease and death in genocidal proportions.
This epidemic of unnecessary disability and death by the pharmaceutical business with disease is unparalleled in history.
Linus Pauling and other eminent scientists deserve credit for having kept open the door of knowledge about the health benefits of vitamins and other effective natural health approaches. If it were not for them we would already be living in a health prison today, guarded by the gatekeepers of the pharmaceutical business with disease in medicine, politics and the media.
Linus Pauling should also be credited for having identified the significance of Dr. Rath’s early research in vitamins and cardiovascular disease, and for having invited Dr. Rath to join him during his last years to continue his life’s work.
📍1990 – 92
These years will go down in history as the beginning of the end of the pharmaceutical business with disease. In a series of scientific publications, in some of which Dr. Rath invited Linus Pauling to join him as co-author, Dr. Rath identified micronutrient deficiency as the primary cause of diseases. These diseases include heart attacks, high blood pressure, diabetic circulatory problems, cancer and even immune deficiency diseases, including AIDS.
Like a Sherlock Holmes of science, Dr. Rath traced the real cause of these diseases, and found that they had been deliberately nebulized or even hidden away from millions of people for one purpose only: to feed the insatiable greed of the pharmaceutical business with disease.