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Posted by
l.anton on August 12, 1999 at 14:05:33:

Thank you for your response on myelodisplasia, however I was really wondering about the ecoli. Would he have died so soon if he never got the ecoli from the operation? I realize he probably would have ended up dying because of the blood disease but do you think the doctor could be liable in any way for his sudden death? The doctor said that he probably got the ecoli from a machine they put on the groin for the pacemaker operation. I know it varies, but how long do people live with myelodisplasia?



Re: ecoli (archive in philosophy)

Posted by Walt Stoll on August 14, 1999 at 13:22:55:

In Reply to: ecoli posted by l.anton on August 12, 1999 at 14:05:33:

The problem here is not the docs he had for his condition but the insistance of the conventional medical monopoly that everything must be approached from the narrow perspective of the allopath: "Forcing the health-care camel through the eye of the allopathic needle."

Were it not for this fight over turf, your dad would have at least been exposed to the idea that there are known causes of myelodysplasia that he could have done something about (see the archive link I gave you) and it would have been treated VERY differently.

ALL peoole with myelodysplasia die of some kind of infection if not from a reaction to some conventional treatment.

There is likely no malpractice here.

If you want to look into this deeper, read a copy of my book or go to the FAQ and read "Why My License Was Revoked" AND the references listed therein.

Let us know what you learn. You CAN help others not suffer the loss you are experiencing AND help save your family from any more of it. This is NOT rocket science!

Walt



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