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Sami Yusuf Islam
28/01/2016, 21h08
CONFESSIONS OF A MEDICAL HERETIC
By Robert S. Mendelsohn, M.D.
Published by Contemporary Books
ISBN Number 0-8092-4131-5
Available from Amazon Books and elsewhere.


Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, known to millions through his nationally syndicated column as “The People’s Doctor”, was the national medical director of Project Head Start and chairman of the Medical Licensure Committee for the state of Illinois, USA. Among the many faculty and hospital posts he held, he was an associate professor at the University of Illinois Medical School and a director of Chicago’s Michael Reese Hospital.

Dr. Mendelsohn, world-famous physician and patient advocate, was a pioneer in the movement toward truth in the medical profession. Here he explains why Modern Medicine’s methods are often more dangerous than the diseases they are designed to diagnose and treat.

Although Dr. Mendelsohn’s book, ‘Confessions of a Medical Heretic’ was published in 1979, what he has written is even truer today. With the current iatrogenic death rate (induced by physician activity) that a recent study concluded is the leading cause of death in America alone and is running at some 783,936 people per annum (Gary Null, PhD, Caroly Dean, MD ND, Martin Feldman, MD, Debora Rasio, MD and Dorothy Smith, PhD, Death by Medicine, October 2003, released by the Nutrition Institute of America), publication of Dr. Mendelsohn's writings are highly appropriate at this time.

salafssalih
28/01/2016, 21h11
CONFESSIONS OF A MEDICAL HERETIC
By Robert S. Mendelsohn, M.D.
Published by Contemporary Books
ISBN Number 0-8092-4131-5
Available from Amazon Books and elsewhere.


Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, known to millions through his nationally syndicated column as “The People’s Doctor”, was the national medical director of Project Head Start and chairman of the Medical Licensure Committee for the state of Illinois, USA. Among the many faculty and hospital posts he held, he was an associate professor at the University of Illinois Medical School and a director of Chicago’s Michael Reese Hospital.

Dr. Mendelsohn, world-famous physician and patient advocate, was a pioneer in the movement toward truth in the medical profession. Here he explains why Modern Medicine’s methods are often more dangerous than the diseases they are designed to diagnose and treat.

Although Dr. Mendelsohn’s book, ‘Confessions of a Medical Heretic’ was published in 1979, what he has written is even truer today. With the current iatrogenic death rate (induced by physician activity) that a recent study concluded is the leading cause of death in America alone and is running at some 783,936 people per annum (Gary Null, PhD, Caroly Dean, MD ND, Martin Feldman, MD, Debora Rasio, MD and Dorothy Smith, PhD, Death by Medicine, October 2003, released by the Nutrition Institute of America), publication of Dr. Mendelsohn's writings are highly appropriate at this time.

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Abubakar
11/12/2018, 13h29
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