Thursday, 28 February 2013

Drug companies

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28 February 2013

                I thought up high powered ultrasonics is being used as a novel cancer treatment in 2001.  From 2002 the Moffitt cancer centre was curing prostate cancer routinely using a single application of medical ultrasound/

                As I say in my book

ISBN 13388277
Ultrasound and cancer  by Jonathan M Thomason

                This will work for all varieties of cancer!  This was published in a cancer charity magazine 2010.  Certainly every academic medic on this planet had heard about high intensity ultrasound curing cancer at one single external application by 2002.

                Since that date all application of drugs to provide a fatal treatment for cancers have been medical malpractice.  The going rate for deaths caused by medical malpractice is $20,000,000.

                In 2010 I have published videos telling the world that HIUS also worked again is coronary heart disease and diabetes.

                In early 2013 I raid some published medical work on application of HIUS to the kidneys providing a 100% clearance rate for secondary coronary heart disease.

                So all drugs applied during last two years for coronary heart disease have also been medical malpractice.  I would bet that for last decade medical academics have known about HIUS and coronary heart disease.

                It is such an obvious step two applying HIUS to the pancreas to clear diabetes I would anticipate the medical work was done on this also 2002!

                22,000,000 people around the globe die every year as a result of the safety conditions: this is the major cash cow of drug companies.  And leads inexorably to the patient dying in a short time.  Four months to two years.

                All drugs prescribed for these conditions over last Xi years were wrongly prescribed!  There is fiction was medical malpractice.  The civil claims for such behaviour total 440 trillion dollars.

                This is a more than the combined debts of the developed world.  No commercial insurance is available beyond one billion dollars.  Drug companies are just about to go massively insolvent.


Jonathan Thomason

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