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The real purpose of the ESC hoax is not what most think it is. It is NOT to find cures (never was). It has two main goals, both successful. Goal #2 is for all "big doctor" participants to clean up with taxpayers money. They give the false impression that the hoax is real and get paid for it. Stanford has ripped off California taxpayers for $200,000,000 because their millionaire "scientist" Dr. Paul Joseph Goeb--err Weissman, is the leader of the hoax.
While prescription drugs come with a unique code that the government can use to track problems, many medical devices are implanted into patients without identification, ProPublica's Lena Groeger reports. In fact, the FDA doesn't even keep track of how many medical devices are implanted into patients each year, instead relying on anecdotal and often variable information when it comes to the safety of medical devices.
You wouldn’t buy a new car with a known safety defect. You’d expect the problem to be fixed first.
So why is Congress planning to let medical device manufacturers keep selling implants – from hip replacements to heart defibrillators to surgical mesh – without having them fix the safety flaw first?
(Reuters Health) - A new survey of training programs for future cardiologists suggests that only a fraction are getting the minimum level of education in heart disease prevention that professional guidelines recommend.
SO IF YOU WISH TO KNOW HOW TO PREVENT HEART DISEASE, THE LAST ONE TO ASK IS A CARDIOLOGIST. THEY ARE TRAINED IN HOW TO MAKE MONEY, AND PREVENTION RUINS PROFITS!
Uncomfortable and expensive tests sometimes done before surgery to treat the most common cause of urine leakage in women are a waste according to a new study involving 11 medical centers.
Researchers found no difference in the success rate of urinary incontinence surgery for patients that received the testing and women who were simply screened for leakage in their doctor's office.
ScienceDaily (May 3, 2012) — Researchers have rejuvenated aged hematopoietic stem cells to be functionally younger, offering intriguing clues into how medicine might one day fend off some ailments of old age.
This RSCI-supported heart technology company has earned it, especially for developing stem cell protocols made easier with their special catheters, thus replacing the cardiovascular stem cell surgeries which were in vogue through 2008.
Now 13, he is still getting better and better.
DON’T BELIEVE THE GENOMIC BALONEY…………
Don't mess with Texas? The US government may have little choice now that the Lone Star State has adopted stem cell rules that seem to clash with federal regulations. Critics say the Texan rules could put patients at risk.