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What Doctors Don't Tell You: The Truth about the Dangers of Modern Medicine (Anglais) Broché – 7 février 2005


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What Doctors Don't Tell You New edition of this highly controversial and campaigning book that reveals the truth about the pills and procedures your doctor prescribes and offers proven alternatives for diagnosing, preventing and treating many illnesses. Includes updated information on all the most recent health issues - vaccination, HRT, Viagra, IVF and more. Full description



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  • Broché: 432 pages
  • Editeur : Thorsons; Édition : New edition (7 février 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0007176279
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007176274
  • Dimensions du produit: 23,1 x 15 x 3,3 cm
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Par Gwendhal le 7 février 2008
Format: Broché
Commençons d'abord par le défaut : Lynne McTaggart utilise un ton plutôt alarmiste qui pourrait paraître un peu trop, sachant que notre système de santé est légèrement différent que celui décrit. Selon moi, se contenter des faits aurait été suffisant.
Cependant, elle décrit assez bien une industrie plus qu'une science, nommée la médecine, qui a plus à coeur les interêts les labos pharmaceutiques que celui des patients.
Elle donne les risques encourus pour certains médicaments/interventions soit-disant sans risque mais utilisés à tour de bras et fait ainsi réfléchir sur la banalité de certaines pratiques médicales.
Ce livre mériterait donc d'être traduit en français pour une diffusion plus large.
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Beware of the "man in the white coat" 13 février 2009
Par Guy Denutte - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Who goes to the doctor today will be examined in a totally different way than 30 years ago. Apparently, we are now suffering all kinds of strange new epidemics, like too much stomach acid, high cholesterol, depression and hyperactivity.

It takes a lot of scepticism to put all what the "man in the white coat" tells you into a broader perspective. Remember that you and you alone are ultimately the most interested subject in your own health. So don't rely too much on your doctor.

A general introduction to this complex subject is presented by Lynne McTaggart in this book.

I would like to refer also to some doctors who take a closer look at some topics, like Dr. Jonathan Wright Why Stomach Acid is Good for You: Natural Relief from Heartburn, Indigestion, Reflux and GERD, Dr. Malcolm Kendrick The Great Cholesterol Con: The Truth About What Really Causes Heart Disease and How to Avoid It and Dr. David Healy in Let Them Eat Prozac: The Unhealthy Relationship Between the Pharmaceutical Industry and Depression (Medicine, Culture, and History).

And continue your personal study with Viral Immunity: A 10-Step Plan to Enhance Your Immunity against Viral Disease Using Natural Medicines of Dr.J. Williams, in which the principles are explained to build a strong immune system with natural methods.

Finally, if you want to know how to prevent and even cure cancer, check out Dr Richardson Laetrile Case Histories: The Richardson Cancer Clinic Experience.

This isn't easy, but trusting your doctor too much can seriously harm your health.
14 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A much needed alternative viewpoint - common sense 18 juillet 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
It is recommended that women "prevent" breast cancer by subjecting the breasts yearly to mammography radiation, when radiation causes cancer.

Men with slow growing and potentially non-life threatening prostate cancer are aggressively treated with radiation as well, when radiation has been proven to cause cancer.

We are put under heavy anesthesia, inducing a unnaturally deep, deadening sleep, and have our bodies probed with metal instruments just to "prevent disease" even though we show no symptoms.

We take strong drugs, often with heavy side effects, to "prevent disease", or to treat conditions that could be addressed by nutrition, supplements, emotional counceling or regular exercise.

Back pain is treated by injecting steroids (heavy duty drugs with dangerous side effects) directly into the spine.

We are told that women going through menopause, a natural process, are experiencing an hormonal "imbalance" that needs to be "corrected" by administering hormones in doses far greater than the body would ever produce on its own.

Pregnant women are told to have a large needle inserted into the womb on a during healthy pregnancy, to verify her baby is "developing normally".

Much of modern medicine is deadly overkill. This book vindicates those of us who have had the idea that many modern medical treatments and "preventions" are an invasive affront to simple common sense.
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21st Century Medicine - a cautionary tale 12 juillet 2012
Par Dr. H. A. Jones - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
What Doctors Don't Tell You: The truth about the dangers of modern medicine, by Lynne McTaggart, Thorsons (HarperCollins), 1996, 400 ff.

Relevant Internet sites tell us that there are about 7000 deaths and well over one million people injured each year from medication errors in America. In Britain, with its much smaller population, there are thought to be about 40,000 errors annually in drug administration in British hospitals. Almost every pharmaceutical preparation is prescribed to control symptoms - it doesn't cure anything and most medications have side effects. These may be minor in relation to the illness - but not always. These statistics are alarming and make Lynne McTaggart's book highly relevant, even though it is now well over a decade since publication. This does not detract from its impact, though it is heavily slanted towards the negative influences.

Many of the unwanted effects described by McTaggart do indeed occur, but fortunately not all of them to everyone and not always. The problem is that most patients feel they have no option but to trust the medical professionals and only find out too late that they were not given the full picture. So what this book does is tell you, if your health professional does not, some of the dangers and possibly unpleasant side-effects that can occur with drugs or medical procedures and it at least gives you a choice as to whether or not to proceed with the recommended procedure or medication.

Chapter 1, a mere 10 pages, gives the context for the book. Chapters 2 to 4 are about what is possibly over-diagnosis through technology - screening of various kinds. Chapters 5-7 deal respectively with the medical profession's preoccupation with cholesterol levels, vaccination and HRT. Then follow four chapters on treatment - by drugs, dentistry, cancer surgery and other procedures. The final chapter is an advocacy of naturopathic treatment, eating healthily and exercising regularly, and adopting positive mental attitudes as lines of first treatment rather than what is now known as allopathic medicine - a philosophy I support.

The strength of this book is that, like its title says, it gives you information that should be given you by your doctor or surgeon but too often isn't. My criticism is that, in its 400 pages, the book is unrelentingly negative and perhaps therefore over-cautionary. It's useful, but my overwhelming concerns are that patients without any other source of medical information may be put off accepting palliatives or even undergoing life-saving treatment and, if treatment is needed, we should not destroy faith in the medical profession quite so thoroughly. Pharmaceuticals and surgery have saved very many lives and brought relief from suffering to many others.

Howard Jones is the author of The Way of Health

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VERY good book 11 janvier 2011
Par Cindy Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you have health issues it has good info to help you get answers out of the doctors. ALWAYS ask for copies of your blood work & look it up yourself online when you get home.
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what doctors don't tell you 21 mai 2009
Par Ebby Thatcher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
wow!! What an eye opener. All the author did was crunch statistics, what an eye opener. For example, you are three times more likely to die at the hands of a doctor than to die from a hand gun in the USA. The drugs the pharmacy companies are pumping out are ALL dangerous, and for the most part unnessessary. to quote the author "people can get well without drugs and surgery, just by altering what they eat and how they live. Healing isn't simpley a matter of finding the right drug or right operation, but a complex process of accepting responsibility for your own life."
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