posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 11:39 AM
Someone I know died the other day. Here's how it happened. He was in good health and perfectly fine but He hurt himself. Minor injury. Cracked a rib.
Went to the hospital. There they did a chest exray. They fixed the injury but told him that the exray revealed a lung tumor.
They told him he'd have to under go a bunch of tests. Keep in mind that at this point had he just went home he would of been fine. He would have been
able to carry on a regular life just like before.
But he allowed the doctors to probe at the tumor. By doing that it aggravated it. And immediately after the test he could no longer breathe easy. He
had to go on oxygen. Then they wanted to do chemo on him. Well declined that as he figures it would be too hard in him as he was almost 70yrs old.
So then within 3 months he was dead. We're talking about a guy completely heathy. The problem was he didn't have the slightest clue how risky dr's and
hospitals are. He trusted the system naively like most people do.
I'm sure he would have lived much much longer not knowing about it and not irritating the tumor.
U have to be so so careful. Trust me on this... If it ain't broke, don't fix it!!!! Poor guy his family is devistated. All thanks to stupid dr's
trying to make money by doing endless testing. My personal policy is "trauma care only ". But anyway the point is even a simple test can cause things
to worsen. Then I told this to someone else and he told me that the same thing happen to his mother. Go figure.
So be carful. Your thoughts. ???
edit on 16-4-2016 by lavatrance because: (no reason given)