Antoni Krasicki MD

The first part reads like a terrible whodunit. The difference is that, in a typical crime novel, the villain kills only a handful of people. The author shows that hundreds of thousands of people lose their lives for nothing more valuable than profit. In fact, he presents those facts rather too mildly. First, do no Read more about Antoni Krasicki MD[…]

Rafal Baron MD

[…]Today’s health-care sector needs passive patients. The unreflective patient is, like a sheep, herded in the direction imposed by the pharmaceutical and medical propaganda (for whom “prevention” means the early detection of disease, rather than the effort to actually prevent disease from arising in the first place by insisting on correct patterns of health in Read more about Rafal Baron MD[…]