It is a really great insiders view of the medical mafia, from college training to residency to practice.
How students are trained to think in terms of making money, so as to repay their enormous medical college fees (the golden handcuffs), rather than looking forward to help patients heal.
How non conformists are weeded out at college - she was asked to falsify data during a research project at college. If she refused, she wouldn't receive her credits for doing the work.
College professors telling the class that most of what they are being taught is wrong, but they still have to implement the protocols.
Pharmaceutical company reps sitting in on classes, with the lecturer actually asking the rep if what he is telling the students is okay with the drug company.
How the system is set up to extract money from people to feed the hospitals, insurance companies, and big pharma.
Malpractice is basically defined as veering from drug prescription protocol, even when prescribing them according to the guidelines kills more people than 'incompetency'. The reason why at least 107,000 deaths occur in the U.S. from correctly prescribed drugs, is because doctors have to keep them on that protocol if they don't want to be sued for malpractice. She recounts incidences where patients died and were blinded because of this.
She explains things very well and the interview doesn't interrupt unnecessarily. She knows her stuff. She provides the details of how the system operates on a day to day basis. I found the info to really help fill in how the medical mafia works 'on the ground' so to speak.
"The Medical Mafia Conspiracy
and The Candida Cleaner "
You have to sign up to download them but it is free. I have listened to the first part so far. I think the second part is about a 'miracle' cure.
The interviewer is Roger Haeske, I received the link cos I'm on his email list. This is what he wrote about it:
You're going to learn why the best students and the brightest minds
are not usually the people who make it to being doctors.
You'll learn the specific mechanisms used to pressure medical
students into conformity and criminality.
You'll hear Dr. Daniels' story about how she was asked to fudge the
numbers on a research study she was doing. And why when she
complained about this practice to the dean or superior of this
professor and that he let it continue anyway.
Yes lying is encouraged!!!
You'll hear an example of extreme malpractice that made the patient
blind in both eyes and how it was covered up.
Why resident physicians are not allowed to interfere even though
they know what the doctor is doing will kill the patient.
Turns out in any research study Dr. Daniels was involved in she was
either asked to falsify the data or that her numbers where later
changed to suit the desired outcome.
You'll learn why she was forced to resign from her residency and
give up a medical career and what weird circumstance allowed her to
complete her residency and become a doctor.
You'll hear examples of medical corruption that cost people their
And you'll learn why in her early days of medical practice she'd
have about 5 patients die per year who shouldn't have died. In
other words people 70 and under who really should have lived.
You'll learn why it doesn't matter if a patient die's. So long as
the doctor followed the exact procedures (which actually caused the
death) then he won't be charged with malpractice.
You'll discover who actually writes virtually ALL of the medical
school training material. This shouldn't shock you too much. But
it's an absolute conflict of interest.
It's the doctors who break from the procedures (which almost always
involve giving more and more drugs) that will lose their medical
license. Even if what they did helped to extend the life of their
patient or kept them alive.
Once Dr. Daniels started using more natural (non-drug) healing
methods exactly zero of her patients died who shouldn't have died.
She went from about 5 deaths a year to zero per year.
She admits that she was killing her patients. Of course, she was
trained to do so in medical school. She killed them because she
followed the exact procedures she learned in medical school.
Why the medical profession admits to their medical students that
50% of what they teach every certain amount of years (I think 3 or
4 years) is actually wrong.