The Role of jews in Iatrogenesis
Doctors Take 20 Times More Lives than they Save
Guns Save 80 Times More Lives Than they Take
Doctors are 1,600 TIMES More Deadly than Guns
Statistical proof of the role of jews in "health
Americans die each year at the hands of government-sanctioned medicine, while
the FDA and other government agencies pretend to protect the public by harassing
those who offer safe alternatives"
According an extremely comprehensive and well-documented report (30 pages, including
about 160 documented references with three MD's & 2 Ph researchers as authors) March,
2004 Life Extension Magazine, Conventional Medicine is now
the #1 cause of death, followed by heart disease & cancer (stroke
must be #4 now?)
Definition of iatrogenesis
Literally 'doctor-generated', the term refers to sickness produced by
medical activity. Widely recognized as a phenomenon, the debate is over its
extent. The term was introduced into social science by Ivan Illich (Medical
Nemesis, 1976), as part of his more general attack on industrial society and
in particular its technological and bureaucratic institutions, for limiting
freedom and justice and for corrupting and incapacitating individuals.
Illich claims that iatrogenesis outweighs any positive benefits of medicine.
He distinguishes three major types of iatrogenesis. Clinical iatrogenesis
concerns ill-health contracted in hospital�largely the unwanted side-effects
of medications and doctor ignorance, neglect, or malpractice, which poison,
maim, or even kill the patient. Social iatrogenesis refers to the process by
which 'medical practice sponsors sickness by reinforcing a morbid society
that encourages people to become consumers of curative, preventive,
industrial and environmental medicine'. It makes people hypochondriac and
too willing to place themselves at the mercy of medical experts�a dependence
on the medical profession that allegedly undermines individual capacities.
Finally, cultural iatrogenesis implies that societies weaken the will of
their members, by paralysing 'healthy responses to suffering, impairment and
death'. Here, the whole culture becomes 'overmedicalized', with doctors
assuming the role of priest, and political and social problems entering the
Illich's arguments may be placed in the context of wider debates about the
excessive professionalizing and bureaucratization of modern life. Other
sociologists (such as Jack Douglas) have suggested that medicine is not the
only sphere in which the activities of the professionals may have unintended
consequences: attempts at intervention in other social problems sometimes
seem merely to exacerbate the original difficulties. This is also part of
the labelling theory of deviance. See also MEDICALIZATION.
I've only attempted to copy sections 1&2 of the six-section article below for
you--read the whole thing at the Life Extension Foundation site, www.lef.org & perhaps print a copy for any of your health professional friends who
still deny that drugs kill their patients 'cause there's no documentation to support the
Given that all the drugs & medicines we "licensed health professionals"
write prescriptions for are toxic poisons to living things, I'd suspect that the 783,936 deaths
per year number cited below is short of the real number ... and 2.2 million reports
of disability and chronic suffering due to those toxins is also likely far sort of
"Our estimated 10-year total of 7.8
million iatrogenic* deaths is more than all the casualties from all the wars fought by the
US throughout its entire history. and ... an estimated 164 million peoplemore
than half of the total US populationreceive unneeded medical treatment over the
course of a decade."
iatrogenesis? from the Greek roots iatros = doctor & genesis = caused:
IATROGENESIS -- Prescription drugs constitute the major treatment modality of scientific
medicine. With the discovery of the germ theory, medical scientists convinced
the public that infectious organisms were the cause of illness. Finding the
cure for these infections proved much harder than anyone imagined. From the
beginning, chemical drugs promised much more than they delivered. But far beyond not
working, the drugs also caused incalculable side effects. The drugs themselves, even when
properly prescribed, have side effects that can be fatal, as Lazarou's study(1) showed. But human error can make the situation even
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of Health, is providing answers to any humans willing to act to attain and maintain
optimum health ... in all those Five Pillars. I see Natural Hygiene as the
nutrition part of those five pillars (a minority opinion, of course!).
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It is a link to the American Iatrogenic
Association. For those of you who do not know Iatrogenic
means physician induced. Iatrogenic death is huge in
this country, ...
IATROGENESIS AND MISDIAGNOSES By John
J. Moelaert. "The art of medicine consists in amusing the
patient while nature cures the disease." VOLTAIRE ...
(4) The total number of iatrogenic
[induced inadvertently by a physician or surgeon or by medical
treatment or diagnostic procedures] deaths is 783,936.
If the higher estimates are used, the deaths
due to iatrogenic causes would be 284,000. In any case,
225,000 deaths per year constitutes the third leading cause
As shown in the following table, the estimated
total number of iatrogenic deaths�that is, deaths
induced inadvertently by a physician or surgeon or by medical
Iatrogenesis refers to harm to health
caused by medical treatment or medical personnel. Causes include
negligence, improper sanitation, medical error, poor ...
Iatrogenesis, or The Curious Case of
Andy Warhol. (Abstracted with permission from the RSCI
Newsletter; March 2009 special edition). A curious title for a
Iatrogenic. Updated -- 5 April 2004.
Iatrogenic is defined as disease caused by medical
examination or treatment. This includes disease, illness, or
death from ...
Sep 2, 2010 � Even
during those days of the Greek, Iatrogenesis was one major
factor that everyone was ....
Cultural Iatrogenesis. Introduction.
We have dealt so far with two ways in which the predominance of
medicalized health care becomes an obstacle to a healthy ...
Have there been any reports of iatrogenic
transmission of CJD? How should surgical instruments used on
suspected or confirmed CJD patients be reprocessed ...
May 16, 2012 � The era
of iatrogenic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) has
nearly closed; only occasional cases with exceptionally long
incubation periods are ...
Just What Is An Iatrogenic Event ...
... The medical term coined to describe this problem is
iatrogenic disease, from the Greek ...
A lecture for medical students that defines iatrogenesis and
provides case studies and ...
IATROGENIC [Gk., iatros, physician,
genein, to produce], caused by treatment or ... An
iatrogenic disorder is a condition caused by medical
personnel or ...
Illich claims that iatrogenesis
outweighs any positive benefits of medicine. He distinguishes
three major types of iatrogenesis. Clinical
iatrogenesis concerns ...
The term iatrogenic is defined as
"induced in a patient by a physician's activity, ... If
the higher estimates are used, the deaths due to iatrogenic
causes would ...
Social iatrogenesis designates a
category of etiology that encompasses ... Social
iatrogenesis is at work when health care is turned into a
standardized item, ...
Iatrogenic death occurs when people
die due to errors or negligence by doctors and pharmacists. The
reported yearly death rate from medical error is over ...