join the debate i started at reddit iama This originally was my submission then replies to others queries, however, this link has only my submission and replies.
Sure , the situation was confusing because it didn’t make sense and it is difficult to understand how it all relates however, it all links together under the theme of suppressing physicians who have been misdiagnosed and believe we have a responsibility to stop this behavior by other physicians. When you think of pharmaceutical company malfeasance: think of an iceberg…all you can see above water is the criminal marketing of prescription drugs with side effects that maim/kill. The other 90% of the ice berg is that their control of our textbooks, education, journals causes missed diagnosis. All medical industry feeds on this. This is how they have hid the high prevalence of sleep apnea, periodic limb movement disorder, even liver disease/dysfunction (affecting up to 10% of the U S population). The high cost of health/disability/life insurance is related to this behavior, namely commercial control of physician training (original and ongoing). It is in the best interest of the property casualty insurers not to have physicians alerted to the effects of mold damage, for example. These people are certainly at high risk of being given a psychiatric diagnosis (DSM-4) and medicated. Their illness will not resolve until the mold issue is resolved and even then it will take some time for recovery to occur.
Consider the issue of liver damage. Don’t just look at Hepatitis B and C. Look at Fatty Liver. It is not a result of eating fat. It is found even in thin individuals. It is associated with mitochondrial dysfunction. What causes mitochondrial failure? Look at toxic exposures that gradually damage that liver. Look at newer research that purports to show that this dysfunction, falling well short of causing the person to present in hepatic coma, will affect their ability to safely drive a car. Maybe it also affects their business judgment and interpersonal relationships. I discovered that this newer technique, using pupillary reflexes to gauge dysfunction instead of an arterial blood sampling was documented two decades ago. Hmm, non invasive, certainly cheaper, and able to more appropriately predict behavioral dysfunction and physicians in general practice, as opposed to those in research fields, are the kept uninformed. We need an investigation to figure out if the information was not in textbooks for a reason. Surely, these affected individuals have a right to know so they have a chance to make decisions about their lives, businesses, and personal activities.
I recommend a book written by a law professor Delay Deny Defend because it explains how the insurance industry decided to alter long standing patterns of paying claims to asserting that more and more of the claims were fraudulently submitted. I believe this system can also be used to target individuals whose honesty would threaten the profits of corporations. In short, does the pharmaceutical company need a researcher or physician watched for conduct that could threaten their profits, expose their wrong behavior? It is pretty easy to do by arranging accidents, break-ins, vandalism so that insurance claims might trigger these programs. My office had multiple fraudulent insurance claims submitted in my name, a break-in at the office, a police report submitted by me at an insurance company request after a “patient” forged my name to a document, a theft of my purse and felony use of my checking account, and a break-in (suspected near theft) of my car all in 24 month period. Hmmm, so is the situation I had to deal with two disability insurers (related to missed diagnosis), an ADA claim because of failure of a judge to allow competent experienced expert (also related to late diagnosis) and theft of my retirement funds for legal fees (for crying out loud) and considering that I was willing to sue another physician for this missed diagnosis all unrelated to probable targeting for insurance fraud. Handy, that this would allow law enforcement to help out such a well connected industry. Per Russel Baker’s book Family of Secrets, the families that send their kids into the U S intelligence industry have connections with the reinsurance industry.