Reliable studies report that medical mistakes kill more than 750,000 Americans
annually. With a population of 295 million and a death rate
per one thousand people of 8.34, a total of 2,460,300 Americans die each year, 30% of whom
are killed by our mostly jew "doctors". Without their
"mistakes", only 1,710,300 Americans would die each year, which would be a rate
of 5.8, equivalent to the rates in Hong Kong, Iraq, Iran, Columbia, Phillipines, Jamaica,
Egypt, Brazil, Korea, and Turkey.
But there are many people around the world whose death rates are significantly
different than either 8.34 or 5.8. Americans are currently more than 8 times more
likely to die than people in Christmas Island, Norfolk Island, Pitcairn Island, and Cook
Island, 20% more likely than the 1.2 billion Chinese, but a third as likely as people in
Botswana, Angola, Lesotho, Zambia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and Rwanda.
It's entirely possible that removing all jew doctors and sending all pathology-inducing
jews to Madagascar has the potential to reduce our death rate to 2.5, a range equivalent
to Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Kuwait. Such a move would save 1,722,800 American lives
annually, seven times as many as were lost in the entirity of WWII and 575 times as many
as were lost in 911.
America was rudely awakened to a new kind of danger on September 11, 2001: Terrorism.
The attacks that day left 2,996 people dead, including the passengers on the four
commercial airliners that were used as weapons. Many feel it was the most tragic day in
U.S. history. Four commercial jets crashed that day. But what if six jumbo jets crashed
every day in the United States, claiming the lives of 783,936 people every year? That
would certainly qualify as a massive tragedy, wouldn't it?
Well, forget "what if." The tragedy is happening right now. Over 750,000 people
actually do die in the United States every year, although not from plane crashes. They die
from something far more common and rarely perceived by the public as dangerous: modern
According to the groundbreaking 2003 medical report Death by Medicine, by Drs. Gary
Null, Carolyn Dean, Martin Feldman, Debora Rasio and Dorothy Smith, 783,936 people in the
United States die every year from conventional
medicine mistakes. That's the equivalent of six jumbo jet crashes a day for an entire
year. But where is the media attention for this tragedy? Where is the government support
for stopping these medical mistakes before they happen?
After 9/11, the White House gave rise to the Department of Homeland Security, designed to
prevent terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. Since its inception, billions of dollars have been
poured into it. The 2006 budget allots $34.2 billion to the DHS, a number that has come
down slightly from the $37.7 billion budget of 2003.
According to the study led by Null, which involved a painstaking review of thousands of medical records, the United States spends
$282 billion annually on deaths due to medical mistakes, or iatrogenic deaths. And that's
a conservative estimate; only a fraction of medical errors are reported, according to
the study. Actual medical mistakes are likely to be 20 times higher than the reported
number because doctors fear
retaliation for those mistakes. The American public heads to the doctor's office or the
hospital time and again, oblivious of the alarming danger they're heading into. The public
knows that medical errors occur, but they assume that errors are unusual, isolated events.
Unfortunately, by accepting conventional medicine, patients voluntarily continue to walk
into the leading cause of death in America.
According to a 1995 U.S. iatrogenic report, "Over a million patients are injured in
U.S. hospitals each year, and approximately 280,000 die annually as a result of these
injuries. Therefore, the iatrogenic death rate dwarfs the annual automobile accident
mortality rate of 45,000 and accounts for more deaths than all other accidents
combined." This report was issued 10 years ago, when America had 34 million fewer
citizens and drug company scandals like the Vioxx recall were yet to occur. Today,
health care comprises 15.5 percent of the United States' gross national product, with
spending reaching $1.4 trillion in 2004. continues on page 2 ->
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