The Masters Longevity Book realizes that, with social pressures mounting,
more and more doctors are concerned with their toys and luxury homes,
stock portfolios and vacations, et alia, ad nauseum ad infinitum, frankly,
which RAISES the value of those doctors who are not meretricious.
Only five in twenty doctors are proving to be true servants,
those who are truly devoted to the healing arts of life.
When you do find one of those FIVE-PERCENTERS,
that's right, they now number about one in twenty,
it is useful to your health and the health of those you love,
to embrace such angels of mercy closely to your family with celerity.
Please. DO NOT BE FOOLED by kindly and politic bedside manners.
That is not how you determine who a good doctor is, not anymore, at any rate.
Too many Americans are so profoundly stupid: they mistake good manners for quality.
If your doctor is driving a luxury car or lives in a rich neighborhood, the fact is clearly displayed:
YOUR doctor cares more for money and luxury than for service and nobility of lifestyle and intent.
If you think that wealth is an indicator of someone being a "good doctor," there is no hope,
not for you, at any rate, because wealth is an indicator that they are great salespeople.
Please don't fall for such salesmen; they belong in the merchant class, not the medical one.
Along with looking at your doctor's lifestyle, look at your doctor's approach... and results.
Does your doctor first prescribe pharmaceuticals... or simpler, healthier remedies?
Those doctors who reach too quickly for prescription drugs should be avoided,
because four thousand people PER WEEK die in the U.S.A. alone from drugs,
NOT from the sickness that brought them to the doctor.
Read from Lancet, NEJM, reports from NIH and CDC,
and others which detail the facts of iatrogenia.
Reach for the front-page story of JAMA, from Aug, 2000, I believe it was,
where eis organ of a very suspect organization admits to over 100K deaths,
because if you don't believe that your life and the lives of your children depend on this,
you actually double your chances of being one of the FOUR THOUSAND people,
so sorry, four thousand people who will die this week alone from doctor or hospital error.
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Reducing Iatrogenia - with the Masters Longevity Book (or without!) because it's up to you.
The Masters Longevity Book pursues a reduction of iatrogenia, and a boosting of those noble doctors,
about five percent of all medical doctors, who care more for healing and helping than personal wealth.
Whether or not the Masters Longevity Book is your healthiest website is subject to your opinion.
What is NOT subject to opinion is the number of iatrogenic deaths - iatrogenia being "death by doctor,"
which means "given to the patient by the doctor" as a result of either negligence or error.
In all fairness, it must be said that hospital policies drive up those iatrogenic deaths,
THOUSANDS of additional iatrogenic deaths every single week that passes by,
just from the greed or at best, stupidity of, greedy boards of directors.
You personally can reduce iatrogenic deaths simply by learning more,
and, of course, learning how to stay out of the hospital at all!
That's just not as difficult as many of us seem to believe.
Whatever your health challenges are, pick up a book,
go on the internet, open up an encyclopedia,
and learn more so you can live more,
thus reducing iatrognia by one.
Welcome to the Masters Longevity Book, committed and dedicated to reducing iatrogenia,
because most folks haven't got a clue that iatrogenia is the third-largest cause of death in our country.
It that's not worth repeating, what is? Iatrogenia is the third-leading cause of death in the U.S. today.