Friday, 7 April 2017

No defective medicine

In 2002 medics in Florida used High Intensity UltraSound to totally cure cancer at 1 appointment. I use 8W 1MHz ultrasound – which clears cancers in under 1 minute.
Dr.s have a 8W 3MHz device that does the job in 20 seconds: they only use this on their friends or family. They rest they prescribe that gives the worst death known to man, in 2 years: they are killing their own patients for money.
Dr.s are not allowed to research or use defective medicine – or they are struck off. The best Dr.s bill return with this message – the Dr.s must pay back the last 15 years of medical bills. Plus $15 for every death they have caused.
In the UK the Christie and Nuffield charge to use defective medicine. So all of there Dr.s are now struck off – and they owe the patient families a lot of money. Over 1 trillion.
And every Dr personally read the paper and validated it – or they ceased to be Dr.s 2002. Instead they were struck off on their first prescription. Their health insurance void, medical practice criminal.
The NHS has a duty to ensure Dr.s do not discharge defective, criminal medicine in hospitals: So no biochemistry for 15 years.

Drug companies return 40% of the NHS budget for the last 15 years. About 1.5 billion. And ever prescribing Dr, struck off for life.
I gave a friend High Intensity UltraSound, and he picked up. So the Christie took him in, and biochemed him to death. That is 1st degree murder. The widow gets 10 million UK pounds, and each Dr gets 25 years in jail.
So we are all owed 15 years of cancer medicine money back – plus 10 million UK pounds for every family member killed.
Cancer Is CuredBy Jonathan M Thomason
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We live in remarkable times. Xi years ago American medics cure to cancer. Using no drugs or surgery. Just a single application of high intensity ultrasound. This book explains how it works! It... More >
But Dr.s are super ethical; so the cheque is in the post. Going via a lawyer will double the cost to the Dr.s.

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