Simon E. wrote:I AM a doctor. I realise that this makes me the enemy, but there we are.
Incidentally Chnn seems to approve of my vocation.
Thankfully so, and we all know how it was erradicated now don't we?Thrasymachus wrote:In my case they wanted me to prove that I didn't have a disease, tuberculosis, that is virtually eradicated in my country.
I would have no problem with food industry workers being tested for Hep B and C. Truth is that the hygiene standards for infected workers should be the same as for non-infected workers in the industry, but still, we are talking about public health here. At least if a worker is diagnosed with Hep B or C they will know to be extra cautious. Nothing wrong with that. Unfortunately testing is sometimes used in order to adversely discriminate. Yes, discrimination can act positively too.Maybe in the future they can force people to prove they don't have every virus or bacterial infection.
Good on yah! Have a medal from me!Thrasymachus wrote:Oh, I will likely be free of high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol. Also from now on I will be free of all the dangerous known and listed ingredients in vaccines, not to mention the unlisted ones as contain animal or human tissue and the attendant viruses, pathogens and bacteria in the included protein sample!
gregkavarnos wrote:Thankfully so, and we all know how it was erradicated now don't we?Thrasymachus wrote:In my case they wanted me to prove that I didn't have a disease, tuberculosis, that is virtually eradicated in my country.
For children? Don't be so sure.Thrasymachus wrote:Sorry you are just ignorant in everything you have written in this thread. In the USA there is no tuberculosis vaccine.
Bzzzzzzt! Wrong! I had TB shots in New Zealand. My brother was vaccinated in Australia. Children are vaccinated in Greece too. etc...Only in the USSR and Soviet bloc, was there a vaccine.
What are you talking about? TB is a lung disease transmitted via infected saliva mainly through coughing and sneezing. It is not a water born disease transmitted via infected excretement. You are talking about meningitis. TB is problematic in India and other 3rd world nations because the health of inhabitants in these nations is generally compromised, thus making them prone to infection. In first world countries it is people with compromised immune systems that are more likely to be infected and suffer from TB.You know where TB is a big issue? India. Probably because it is a country where most the population is horribly poor and poop into the streets, rivers and waterways. Then they go and fetch water from where or near where they just defecated.
Pema Rigdzin wrote:Western medicine is indeed flawed in terms of generally focusing on treating the symptoms instead of the root of the illness.
Simon E. wrote:Actual verifiable data regarding the "hundreds of cures of incurable cancer " please.My oncologist colleagues would be most interested.And remember under the British NHS system, which is free at the point of delivery, the only issue would be the efficacy and safety of the treatment.
Namgyal wrote:...they tried repeatedly over many years to get him to work with them, but he always refused, preferring poverty and obscurity.
Simon E. wrote:Ah.. I see.So if I provide evidence that a well known and well regarded teacher has powers that no one claims for him, you will release information that will help relieve the suffering of millions of human beings alive right now ?Otherwise to make a point you will withhold such information ?
Or have I misunderstood ?
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