Whilst I do think many doctors are genuinely wanting to help people, I've found they are either almost totally ignorant of health matters, or they
simply have their hands tied and don't have the courage to take the shackles off (for v. good reasons).
Mum is arriving with me tomorrow night, so we will get down to business Friday morning.
here's a funny anecdote to illustrate the stupidity of at least one of the doctors in her local community:
I asked her to get hold of some kind of DIY home enema kit, as we will be doing plenty of colonic cleansing during our treatments. She was told by the
pharmacy that she needed a prescription for the equipment (a bag and a catheter!!) so she asked the local doctor for one.
The doctor said, and I quote from mum: "The doctor at the surgery (not the one I normally see) would not write a prescription for an enema kit,
saying she did not agree with alternative therapy and it would not be appropriate for her to encourage me to go down that route."
Of course, she found one on a commercial website in a matter of minutes.
I suppose the doctor thinks there's no 'scientific evidence' that cleaning the bowels has any kind of health benefit
PS. For anyone who is following the thread, I've become quite enamoured with Jim Humble's MMS and Bob Beck's Zapper and have ordered both.
Once we have mum's liver fully flushed and back in optimum condition, I'll get her going on the MMS (including DMSO), and maybe on the zapper as a
I'll be using both on myself in the meantime to see what happens to me.
I've also lined up about 5 other supporting protocols (mind body spirit stuff) but will have to talk her into those from Friday.
If she's willing to write a blog, I'll set that up and post the link here, if of course that would be of interest.
[edit on 2/6/10 by RogerT]