Suppressed Medical Science: The Key to Lower Cost and Higher Quality Medical Care

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Jack Phillips is so passionate about health care in America that he wrote a book about it.

In Suppressed Medical Science: The Key to Lower Cost and Higher Quality Medical Care, the Harvard- and MIT-educated former chemical engineer and aerospace technologist takes a careful look at health care in America and draws some startling conclusions.

After discussing the history of medical services in the United States, Phillips reveals how the American...

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Overview

Jack Phillips is so passionate about health care in America that he wrote a book about it.

In Suppressed Medical Science: The Key to Lower Cost and Higher Quality Medical Care, the Harvard- and MIT-educated former chemical engineer and aerospace technologist takes a careful look at health care in America and draws some startling conclusions.

After discussing the history of medical services in the United States, Phillips reveals how the American Medical Association became a physician's union, allied itself with the pharmaceutical industry, and established a powerful surreptitious influence that has quashed competition and suppressed promising advances in medical science for a century. Phillips exposes many scientifically proven disease cures that have been mysteriously rejected by the American Medical Association, from heart disease to mental illness.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591520771
  • Publisher: Farcountry Press
  • Publication date: 4/18/2011
  • Pages: 280
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

About The Author 3

Table Of Contents 4

Acknowledgments 8

Introduction 9

Chapter 1 Overview 11

Why is Health Care So Expensive? 14

A Short History of American Medicine 17

How Ama Obtained Control of Hospitals 32

Installation of Scientific Medicine 34

Suppressed Medical Innovations 35

Morris Fishbein's Reign 37

Alternative Medical Modalities 40

Homeopathy 40

Isopathy 41

Osteopathy 42

Chiropractic 43

Something Needs To Change 44

Can Congress Solve Health Care Problems? 45

Is There A Solution? 47

Chapter 2 Homeopathy 50

Chapter 3 Heart Disease 61

Heart Surgery-Cosmetic Cardiology? 70

Vitamin E and Heart Disease 72

Chelation Therapy 73

Chapter 4 Cancer 79

The War on Cancer 81

A 2500 Year Old Treatment for Cancer 86

Escarotic Salves Used in the Us Before 1900 88

Harry Hoxsey's Herbs 92

Dr. WM. F. Koch's Carbonyl Compounds 93

Royal R. Rife's Microscopes & Ray Machines 98

Dr. Virginia Livingston Wheeler 101

Cancer and Vitamin C 104

Chelation Reduces Cancer Risk 106

Low Dose Whole Body X-Ray Treatments 107

Future Medical Research 109

Chapter 5 Infectious Diseases 111

Pneumonia/Influenza 111

Aids 115

Isopathic Therapy 117

Let's Try Isopathic Therapy Against Tuberculosis 119

Bacterial Diseases 121

Viral Diseases 123

Szentgyorgyi on Medical Use of Vitamin C 125

Dr. Frederick Klenner & Vitamin C 127

Vitamin C & Mental Diseases 138

Vitamin D-3 140

Sodium Chlorite 146

Silver 148

Chapter 6 Mental Diseases 151

Schizophrenia 152

Vitaminb-3 155

Thorazine 157

Bipolar Disease 168

Empowerplus 169

Recovery From Mental Diseases 172

Research 173

Chapter 7 Mercury 175

Mercury & Heart Disease 184

Mercury & Alzheimer's Disease 184

Sources of Mercury 185

Chapter 8 Radiation 188

Residential Radon Levels & Lung Cancer 189

Ionizing Radiation Can Be Useful 191

Toxic Waste Or Toxic Decisions? 194

Effects of Radiation in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone 196

Surviving An Atomic Bomb Attack 200

Radiation From the Earth 204

Internal Sources 205

Cosmic Radiation 206

Medical Sources 207

Radiation From Our Food 207

Why We Need Radiation 208

Chapter 9 Nutrition 211

Disease and Your Diet 214

Our Daily Bread - is It As Good As It Can Be? 219

White Bread Equals Malnutrition? 220

Niacin, Vitamin B-3 222

Iodine 223

Food and Sexual Characteristics 225

A Step on the Road To FDA Control of Dietary Supplements 228

Chapter 10 Freedom of Choice in Medical Care 231

Appendix 1 The Hippocratic Oath 237

Appendix 2 1953 Fitzgerald Report 240

Appendix 3 Renowned Psychiatrist L. R. Mosher Resigns 267

Appendix 4 Access To Medical Treatment Act 273

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