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HOW THE PROFITEERS TRIED TO KILL HER IN THREE STEPS
Release date: 6/14/2012
How Standard Medicine tried its best to destroy a life and how a VERY smart lady decided to run away from the killers toward something else.
Please do not take this as a criticism of a doctor, but rather of a profiteering medical system which most MDs are forced to participate in.
HOW THE PROFITEERS TRIED TO KILL HER IN THREE STEPS:
In 2009, she went in for her annual medical checkup. All was well but there was something the doctor wanted to take a closer look at. (STEP 1)He ordered a CT scan with contrast and an iodine dye was used. About a month later, something odd happened - she began feeling more tired than normal and had some other odd symptoms.
After getting a blood test, she was informed that her kidneys had failed. The toxic levels in her blood were so high her doctors wondered how she was still alive, let alone still walking around. Immediate actions were put in place to help her kidneys while more tests were done. They installed a tunneled venous access catheter (a connection port) in her chest. Months went by while she was doing dialysis three times a week. Various medical tests and reviews from some of the best kidney doctors in the United States failed to discover what was wrong with her kidneys. There was a possibility that she had a reaction to the iodine called Contrast-Induced Nephropathy, which turns out to he the third most common cause of hospital-acquired kidney failure in the United States and Europe.
After several months of hearing that (STEP 2) steroids were highly recommended and that perhaps she might want to consider (STEP 3) a kidney transplant, she decided to look into other solutions.
THREE STEPS TO RECOVERY
During a regular visit to her hairdresser, she mentioned her growing health problems and the response she received changed her life. It was at this point that she became hopeful, as she was told about the success of stem cell therapy.
Impressed with what she heard, (THE RECOVERY STEP 1) she began her own personal research about stem cells. She spoke to medical experts in the United States -- those involved in stem cell therapy and those who were not. Eventually she felt (STEP 2) she found the clinic that could help her.
She never (STEP 3) told her doctor where she had been or what procedure she had done. She needed to see for herself, without pressure from anyone, if the stem cell procedure helped. (Too many fools ask their know-nothing doctors about stem cells and they always deny any possible benefit---ALWAYS!)
She traveled to the clinic and found it clean, professional and very friendly. The doctors were knowledgeable, certified and kind. They did the stem cell treatment in one afternoon, and she traveled back to their hotel so she could rest -- something she commonly needed to do. Within a couple of hours she felt full of energy. The tired feeling she used to have was completely gone. She was frankly quite stunned herself with the sudden difference in the way she felt. Her grayish skin tone was now pink.
On the recommendation of the doctors at the clinic, she continued her normal routine of dialysis. Within a couple of weeks the levels of toxin in her blood had come down and soon Cass was cut back to getting dialysis twice a week. Over the next couple of months her blood toxin levels continued to improve and her doctor finally told her he couldn't completely understand it, but it looked as if her kidneys had begun working enough so she could stop dialysis temporarily to see how her kidneys performed.
Now off dialysis, her blood results continued to show improvement and the most magical day came when the doctor told her she could remove the catheter in her chest! It was a moment of celebration and triumph for her. It was a sign that her life was going to be normal again. And it was exactly five months to the day since she had received her stem cell treatment.
The very best news is with the passage of time her blood markers continue to improve, and most important of all, she continues to feel energetic and is able to again fully enjoy her life, her career, and her family.