Since I'm unable to edit, I'll add that when I look for information on the web (something I do often daily), I deliberately avoid the medical literature because of the 100,000 wrongful deaths at the hands of the medical profession yearly in the US alone, along with the estimated million injured or harmed because of the medical "professionals."
But that's not all. A real burr under my saddle is the enormous amount of knowledge that the public cannot get from the medical community, which is not only helpful but often lifesaving and exceptionally inexpensive, but the medical "professionals," in some instances, feign ignorance and in other instances really are ignorant because fattening their pocketbooks is more important than the health and well-being of their customers (patients).
I don't want to leave without giving you an example. Years ago, I saw a licensed medical doctor give a talk on his successful use of a 25,000 volt stun gun treatment for poisonous bites such as rattlesnake and brown recluse spider bites, complete with pictures of his patients before and after. Being shocked directly on the bite wound twice at 180 degree angles immediately neutralizes all venomous bites and the pain from the poisoned infection is virtually completely gone also and immediately begins to heal.
Every doctor has an obligation to share this information, but instead of sharing it, they scoff and claim, "There have been *no* studies that prove this. All there is are 'anecdotal testimonies' which are not reliable." (meaning $200 million studies -- which no one is ever going to do because this isn't a poison, patented drug.)
I don't know about you, but that kind of nonchalant, arrogant attitude is like a doctor saying, "If it's not making me rich, I'm going to mock and dismiss it, especially if someone can do it with paying me to come to my office and get a prescription and/or schedule an operation."
We have the Internet now. It's way past time for the public to find the information on the Internet that exposes the evils of the AMA, the FDA and the drug industry that sees everything through the eyes of "Money times how many people."
"Lorenzo's Oil" opened the eyes of thousands to the fact that the medical community's perspective is, "if it's not profitable to us, we're not going to even try to find a remedy to save your child."
Back to venomous bites. Having a sister who was bit by a brown recluse, I know that medical science has no remedy for such a bite.
I also know that as this information became more well-known, a *few* doctors put this information on their websites and one medical technician (now retired) put a list of these doctors' links to this information on his website.
Recently I found that he is now reporting that numerous doctors' websites have removed this beneficial information without comment and without explanation.
My first thought was "pressure from the medical authorities who can wreck their careers like they have others who don't bow the knee to those in control." Andrew Wakefield ring any bells?
This is just one of many examples why the last person I'll go to for information is a doctor.
If you're wise, you'll use your keyboard before you talk to a doctor.