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Now Boarding All Suckers - Brain Surgery For Type 2 Diabetes

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posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 04:43 PM
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The latest profit-crop procedure developed by the oppressive allopathic medical industry is brain surgery to decrease the onset and progression of type-2 diabetes.

The ridiculous notion of this approach to type-2 diabetes has the real potential of being purchased from a “specialist” near you, soon; much to the chagrin of your wallet and common sense.

Dr. Peter Jannetta, neurosurgeon and author of the study, helped develop the surgery. He reasoned that decompressing the nerve in the medulla oblongata, which controls the function of the pancreas, could ease the effects of type 2 diabetes.

Who knows the magic price tag allopathic medicine will be able to place on this risky and unconscionable approach to the diabetes epidemic. $20,000? $30,000?; only through time, public ignorance and allopathic tyranny will we find out.

Contrary to what the mainstream medical authority, pharmaceutical giants, charity fundraisers and their research institutions have the public believe, type-2 diabetes is very curable, very easy to reverse and all within a very short amount of time.
For many health-care practitioners around the world who denounce mainstream allopathic medicine as a corrupt, sickness for profit industry; type-2 diabetes is nothing more than a completely reversible, lifestyle disease.

According to humanitarians like Dr. Thomas Lodi of the Oasis Healing Center, Charlotte Gerson of the Gerson Institute, Dr. Gabriel Cousens of the Tree of Life Center, Brenda Cobb of the Living Foods Institute, Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn of the Cleavland Clinic, Dr. John A. McDougall of the McDougall Health Center, etc, etc, type-2 diabetes is virtually 100% reversible in 5 – 7 days with a 100% raw, plant based diet. And in the absolute most severe of cases, 2 weeks.

Thousands of individuals have experienced the truth first hand by empowering themselves with the knowledge of how their bodies work and the exact role food plays in the functioning of their organs and bodily functions. Not only do they take away with them the key to health and the responsibility for their own wellbeing, but they also gain the vitality, mental clarity and energy they never thought possible.

How long will allopathic medicine’s authority be able to manipulate and corrupt the health-care industry and public knowledge for profit when it comes to chronic diseases like the diabetes epidemic?

Source: Journal Surgical Neurology International




posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 05:22 PM
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I would say brain surgery is so dangerous and difficult, that it should ONLY be used in cases of immanent death.

For example someone has a major stroke and will die within hours if we don't get in there and fix it ASAP.

I do trust surgery when it's a life or death situation.

But for something like this? Seriously it's absurd.

Well no, let them get their skull cut open. That's their choice. And dare I say, they have nothing to lose there in the first place. Haha


But me personally? I am going to try alternative diets or herbal remedies first. If I ever get diabetes.

Edit to add:
I assume the price tag of the surgery alone will top over 80,000 to 100,000 $. And that is my low-ball estimates.

Considering they charged me 500$ just to put a dam stethoscope up to my chest and say "no your not having a heart attack", I was in and out of the ER in less than 15minutes. I refused all medication offers as well.

500$ for putting a thing on my chest for a whole 5seconds. That's all they did.

So yeah, 100,000$ or more for your brain surgery. AT LEAST.



[edit on 16-8-2010 by muzzleflash]



posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 05:35 PM
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I agree that other methods should be tried first and foremost. However, for some this may be a fix. However, its still to new to be sure.

Actually beuro surgery is become more and more refined these days. When i started 16+ years ago as a PICU nurse, kids came out of neuro surgery and were vegetables after the "cure"

Now a week after major surgery unless you look at thier scar, you may not even be able to tell.

Medical practice is a art and a science and it alas takes time to perfect things. Its sad but true. and nothing is more brutal than 20/20 hindsight.



posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 05:55 PM
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The medical community should be treating many/most? patients as addicts, as many/most? disease is caused by unhealthy habits.

Refined sugars, salts, and fats are all horribly addicting. Growing up with these substances readily available is a worse threat to the public's health than hard drugs.

The problem with the truth is...
There is no money to be had by prescribing a healthy lifestyle; nor is there blame to shift from the patient who won't accept responsibility for their own health.



posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 06:28 PM
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Originally posted by StrangeBrew

Contrary to what the mainstream medical authority, pharmaceutical giants, charity fundraisers and their research institutions have the public believe, type-2 diabetes is very curable, very easy to reverse and all within a very short amount of time.
For many health-care practitioners around the world who denounce mainstream allopathic medicine as a corrupt, sickness for profit industry; type-2 diabetes is nothing more than a completely reversible, lifestyle disease.


BS you have no idea what the causes of diabetes are and are giving false quack medical advice and you are putting out that everyone can be cured with diet.

I have type 2 diabetes and it was caused by the autoimmune damage of the Sarcoidosis( a autoimmune disease) i have.

The autoimmune damage is already done to my pancreas and the insulin receptors around my body and there is nothing that will reverse it. except a transplant of the insulin producing cells(maybe). And that is still in the experimental stage.

Let get into what diabetes is.
When you fail a glucose tolerance test and/or your A1C goes above 7.0 you are a diabetic.
Many can control this early stage with strict dietary control of carbs and types of carbs but you are still a diabetic. nothing will change this.
You are NOT CURED just because you have your blood sugar levels under control with diet.
You are claiming that they are CURED(BS) and they are only under CONTROL by the definition of diabetes in that they would still fail a glucose tolerance test while on your diet.

I use dietary control for about 2 years before i started going into hypoglycemia and ketosis and had to go on diabetic meds.



posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 06:33 PM
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As a type 2 diabetic I looked into the therapies referenced. They seem great except they would do me far more harm than good. I am allergic to most of the vegetables identified as a solution to the problem. The allergy isn't something induced in me by the pharm companies it's something I've had since infancy.

I would suggest a life in balance is far more likely to help. Live a healthy lifestyle, avoid processed food, all things in moderation, take exercise, try to cut down on stress levels, and enjoy a healthy work-life balance.

The problem as always is endless corporations firstly creating problems then working like mad to offer solutions, then governments blaming us for consuming products the corporations bribed the governments to let us eat in the first place.

Look at trans fats, the corporations pushed the government to legislate to allow them into the diet, we all rushed to eat cheap food, we all get ill, the corporations continue to squeeze the population dry, the government blames us for getting fat and unwell due to trans fats, then the corporations offer new solutions, and so the cycle goes on.

Such is the case with type 2 diabetes, I would suggest the explosion in incidences of the condition are the direct result of the modification of our diets to incorporate endless amounts of processed chemicals and additives than to any other cause. The politicians are too scared to hold the corporations to account, and the corporations are too busy selling the latest vice, so they turn round and blame us the ordinary people for the problem they created, continue to create, and will continue to tell us is all our fault!



posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 11:22 PM
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Please don't knowingly post sensationalist threads. It's annoying and against the "deny ignorance" motto of this site. The study you linked isn't an invasive neurosurgical procedure, nor is it being recommended for widespread use in type II diabetics. The procedure, if you even read so far as the methods section, is a microsurgical retromastoid craniectomy. This means they cut a small opening through the bone just behind the mastoid process (the small notch of bone behind your ear). This, on it's own, is not as risky as an average appendectomy. They then tease the artery and CN X (vagus nerve) away from the medulla, which allows for decompression.

This is only being explored as an option for patients with wildly uncontrolled T2 diabetes, as well-controlled diabetic patients likely won't see much significant disease progression until very late in life (if they even live long enough to see them).



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 01:46 PM
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.....or even one sentence in the conclusion:


Microvascular decompression may be an effective treatment for non-obese type 2 diabetes mellitus patients.


....the vast majority of Type 2 diabetics ARE obese. So we can eliminate any '“specialists” near you' draining money from poor, unsuspected diabetic folk.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 02:14 PM
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Good point, I must have skimmed over that phrase. That strengthens the argument that this procedure is for a select group of diabetics with a specific disease etiology, rather than the general diabetic populace.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 05:12 PM
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Originally posted by ANNED

Originally posted by StrangeBrew

Contrary to what the mainstream medical authority, pharmaceutical giants, charity fundraisers and their research institutions have the public believe, type-2 diabetes is very curable, very easy to reverse and all within a very short amount of time.
For many health-care practitioners around the world who denounce mainstream allopathic medicine as a corrupt, sickness for profit industry; type-2 diabetes is nothing more than a completely reversible, lifestyle disease.


BS you have no idea what the causes of diabetes are and are giving false quack medical advice and you are putting out that everyone can be cured with diet.

I have type 2 diabetes and it was caused by the autoimmune damage of the Sarcoidosis( a autoimmune disease) i have.

The autoimmune damage is already done to my pancreas and the insulin receptors around my body and there is nothing that will reverse it. except a transplant of the insulin producing cells(maybe). And that is still in the experimental stage.

Let get into what diabetes is.
When you fail a glucose tolerance test and/or your A1C goes above 7.0 you are a diabetic.
Many can control this early stage with strict dietary control of carbs and types of carbs but you are still a diabetic. nothing will change this.
You are NOT CURED just because you have your blood sugar levels under control with diet.
You are claiming that they are CURED(BS) and they are only under CONTROL by the definition of diabetes in that they would still fail a glucose tolerance test while on your diet.

I use dietary control for about 2 years before i started going into hypoglycemia and ketosis and had to go on diabetic meds.



Have you tried this to reverse the diabetes....low cost.

www.medsci.org...



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