Sunday, 30 September 2012

Medical promise

30 September 2012

                I will use treatments for the benefit of the ill in accordance with my ability and my judgment, but from what is to their harm and injustice I will keep them”

            All practicing doctors have promised to use the best medical treatment they know about to treat their patients.

                They specifically have excluded prescribing treatments which the most money.  And give the worst outcome.  Bio chemical pills are expensive, over specific and ultimately fatal treatment for cancer.

                High intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) cures cancer at one session.  It attacks the over inflated and an unsupported nature common to all cancer cells.  Body cells have a multi cellular support from the dendrite mesh.

                Since the 1950s medics have realized that exposing cancer tumours to low power ultrasound cause them to make nuclear radiation.  This is the coals of molecular nuclear fusion!

                Pressurised cancer cells do more MNF when exposed to ultrasound, than body cells.  So cancer cells heat up and fragment, but body cells heat up by 2° C.  And almost trivial amount!

                It is not limited to prostate cancer!  That just happens to be the first cancer that was routinely cured by high intensity ultrasound.

                So bio-chemical pills are not the best treatment for cancer!  They just happened to be the most expensive.  And they don’t cure the cancer ever!  They slow the patient’s death down-potentially.  And give them a horrible death.

                Any Dr. Not prescribing-HIFU to cure a cancer is violating the Hyppocratic oath.  And so should not be practicing as a Dr.!

                The drug companies have served their purpose-which was to slowdown and the inevitable death.  Since the 1950s medics have known that ultrasound affected cancer specifically.  All cancers!

                Since that date prescription of bio-chemical pills has been in contravention of the Hyppocratic oath.

Jonathan Thomason

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