Friday, 15 April 2016

The Hippocratic oath

'I promise to apply the best medicine on any given day. If I do not, I will delete myself from the medical register'
It says nothing about the GMC or AMA etc. The doctor will delete himself.
Cancers have to have an over inflated nature to grow in a viral way. Ultrasound sets off Molecular Nuclear Fusion in liquid water:
1 H2O+US ->He+O+E2+X-ray
Here si the source of the X-rays medics use to detect the diseases of age – like cancer. So they do Mnf at 5 W 40 kHz.

In 2002 the Moffitt found High Intensity UltraSound (eg 8W 1 MHz for ½ a minute externally) will cause cancer cell to fragment – as they experience cell content boiling. Leaving the bulk body cells totally unaffected.
So medicine now had a non-invasive way to clear all 200 cancers out there: all cancers have the same non-native inflated nature.
So medics reacted, by ignoring this published medicine. To continue using chemo and radio therrapy, biochemical treaments and surgery.
Doctors are not allowed to do this! As a professor who had spent 14 years using defective medicine noted – it is criminal.
And each and every Dr must delete themselves from the medical register. And await criminal prosecution, for their part in killing ¼ a billion patients around the world – who have died an agonising, and totally avoidable death.
And the killing goes on: is your doctor and hospita lkilling you? Forward this to your doctor. Who has to share it with every Dr they know. The whole wordl covered in 4 days. Then no biochemical prescriptions can ever be written out.
Pharmacists and nuses are not allowed ot help with fatal medicine – so they are all also struck off their medical registers.
 Let's see how ethical these deliberate killers, for mone

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Highly intensity ultrasound 150 W 40 kHz applied externally just once will cure all the diseases of age!

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