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The Medical Profession Implodes

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Posted By: Magnante, 12/13/2021 9:49:10 AM

In “normal” times, the practice of medicine has many challenges, some from within and some from outside the profession. (snip) What changed overnight and across the board, was an anti-science attitude across all specialties to everything related to COVID. A viral infection is not something requiring government management, rather, its encounter is part of a physician’s daily medical practice. The government has seemingly accomplished what medical insurers, medical boards, and hospitals tried, but had not yet succeeded at: complete mind control of physicians. And with that, the last vestige of respect I had for my profession died.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: franq 12/13/2021 9:51:58 AM (No. 1005584)
Indeed. During my extended hospital stay, I heard this from nurses and techs too.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Nimby 12/13/2021 10:00:40 AM (No. 1005597)
Not just Medical, but also Science profession. All marched to the drumbeat of Fauci , who has been wrong on almost everything COVID
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Reply 3 - Posted by: MrDeplorable 12/13/2021 10:04:56 AM (No. 1005605)
You, my dear Doctor, are either young or naive, possibly both, if you are just now realizing that the average American MD/DO is a mindless, gutless, go-along-to-get-along sheep because I’ve known that about my “esteemed colleagues” for over three decades.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Bur Oak 12/13/2021 10:18:29 AM (No. 1005621)
Physicians forget the oath they swore to. An excerpt, "I will respect the hard-won scientific gains of those physicians in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow. I will apply, for the benefit of the sick, all measures [that] are required, avoiding those twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism. I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon's knife or the chemist's drug. I will not be ashamed to say "I know not," nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed for a patient's recovery. I will respect the privacy of my patients, for their problems are not disclosed to me that the world may know. Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If it is given me to save a life, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. Above all, I must not play at God."
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Reply 5 - Posted by: MaMe2 12/13/2021 10:18:37 AM (No. 1005622)
A lot of it started when they handed their private practices and autonomy over to corporate business adminstators. I know several physicians who have remained in private practice. Reimbursements are 10 cents on the dollar but at least they can live with themselves.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: sunshinehorses 12/13/2021 10:20:13 AM (No. 1005623)
I am lucky that my family doctor isn't a sheeple, she figures out way around the limitations to try and get me the help I need. Unfortunately I no longer trust what any other doctor has to say. I just got a note from the heart doctor about missing my follow-up appointment when I couldn't even go into the building to get my stress test done to begin with. Now I am researching more and more and trusting in supplements and alternative therapies even more than I did before. As for the science professions - reminds me of the historical religions that used bogus religious beliefs to control people. Now it is science trying to use science to control people.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: BarryNo 12/13/2021 10:29:15 AM (No. 1005632)
I have two Brother-in-Law Doctors. One retired, got their vax, shut himself up in his home and hasn't stuck his head out since. The other is a family practitioner who also got his vax (he figured he didn't want to abandon his patients) and still practices. He admits he's at the mercy of the hospital system in terms of what he can and cannot prescribe for ANY ailment, but keeps on plugging along. But there are times he seems to give broad hints... Once he retires, I'm not sure what I'll do for a family doctor. Who CAN you trust?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: planetgeo 12/13/2021 10:33:11 AM (No. 1005636)
It's not a pandemic. It's mass hysteria. And the medical profession itself has it bad. Completely untrustworthy anymore.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Twinkle93 12/13/2021 10:34:14 AM (No. 1005639)
I agree with MaMe2 that the disappearance of private practices has eliminated the independence of the doctors to speak out. They have to follow the government and/or corporate talking points or get fired (and probably trashed).
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Reply 10 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 12/13/2021 10:41:48 AM (No. 1005648)
Go to a private Dr. His PA told me a year ago to get vaccinated even though it really isn’t a vaccine! Got two jabs…. Still debating third?
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Reply 11 - Posted by: stablemoney 12/13/2021 11:02:10 AM (No. 1005681)
The health industry has been 100% nationalized. The doctors are controlled with procedure codes that tells them how many steps they can be reimbursed for to the medicine cabinet, and what drugs they can use. Doctors are told to send anyone entering their sight to be directed to screenings, rather than treatment of their symptoms. The drugs dispensed are negotiated between the government and the drug companies by politicians, without any regard to pricing to the patient or the usefulness of the drug.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 12/13/2021 11:04:18 AM (No. 1005683)
Years ago, I asked a 90-year old cousin what the secret to her long life was. She replied, "I stay away from doctors." She then proceed to tell me that in the past, one doctor told her she needed a heart valve replacement and had even scheduled it, until she decided that she'd had a good life and if the Lord decided to take her, she was ready. She cancelled the surgery. She lived another 10 years on her own, cooking up a storm and feeding her family (and the mailman), cleaning her own house. She died in her own home of pneumonia at 94.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: RuckusTom 12/13/2021 11:05:53 AM (No. 1005686)
It all depends on who's getting paid figuratively and literally by the government. Have company paid insurance or Medicaid? The government has it's hands in it either through regulations (e.g. company paid insurance) or direct payment (e.g. Medicaid and Medicare). Those receiving benefits from the government are going to tow the line to what the government wants done.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 12/13/2021 11:09:28 AM (No. 1005691)
Those once highly respected local doctors have become government workers, no more helpful than the employees at the DMV. On anything covid related, I now have to rely on
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Geoman 12/13/2021 12:01:54 PM (No. 1005759)
Before painting with an overly-broad brush, visit any of the nation's "Children's Hospitals," located in cities across the country. In those places by-and-large, the art and science of medicine is being practiced on a daily basis. In the pediatric neurology surgical suites, quacks like Fauci have no place among the skilled and dedicated surgical teams who strive daily to help kids lead normal lives. Slicing into a child's brain to remove brain tissue in order to stop intractable seizures represents science that is not politically corrupted.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: kiwinews 12/13/2021 12:06:18 PM (No. 1005768)
ALL those barrels of ink, hours of airtime and endless pixels wasted on how to avoid COVID and just about NOTHING on what to do when you actually HAVE it. Check the CDC website - pretty much bupkiss. How about tips on home care, a general timeline of the course of the disease, things to do/not to do, fluids, positional therapy, vitamins - you know...information? The feds, in their wisdom have not allotted enough of the monoclonal antibody infusions to this state - you think they might work on that a bit, huh? Major thing - get yourself an oxygen meter and check your levels. As long as they are 95 and above, you can be miserable, but you're OK. There, Kiwinews, not Dr "Pay Me Bajillions" Fauci just told you something you can use. What a totally creepy and random illustration for this article.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: MDConservative 12/13/2021 12:15:57 PM (No. 1005784)
Like the "medical profession" doesn't chase the bux. Try paying them in chickens and apples. Like everything else anymore, it has created an "industry" around itself that is nothing but a cash vampire. Let me know when the medical professionals drive cheap cars...because they can't afford better. Of course, let's not forget they are "HEROES".
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Reply 18 - Posted by: dman 12/13/2021 1:18:01 PM (No. 1005851)
Resist .. "Faucism". Period.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: DVC 12/13/2021 1:49:31 PM (No. 1005887)
I flat out do NOT trust most doctors today. I was very supportive of doctors, although I have run across several incompetents in white coats in my lifetime. I have also had a number of very skilled orthopedic surgeons as doctors and personal friends. Unfortunately, one personal friend doc is, last I heard, whole hog on the vaccines and not even remotely considering ivermectin or HCQ. He is extremely senior now, a few years from retirement most likely, although he has never mentioned this to me. He is extremely busy managing multiple younger docs in his practice, assisting them....and apparently spending zero time learning anything other then what CDC and NIH have put out. I kinda get that his previous 40 years of medical practice have had CDC and NIH providing THE ANSWERS and always being the smartest and best ways to treat patients, in his experience. He seems to be uninterested in even considering that these sources are now putting out lies continuously. I haven't talked to him in a couple of years, so we aren't close, but a patient of his who is closer is unwilling to even see him on the topic of COVID after repeated pressure to get the vaccinations. And he WAS a very smart, very politically conservative person. He doesn't live far from me in the country and I always figured if in a SHTF situation, I'd have a sensible doc nearby who has a touch of 'survivalist' in him. I can't understand how he has bought this whole like of lies. My other friend who is closer is equally baffled and saddened by the "loss" of our friend.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: seamusm 12/13/2021 2:05:48 PM (No. 1005915)
I think the author keys on an important explanation. Doctors have whored themselves out to various employers and insurance payors. They have chosen the comfort of a regular paycheck over the necessities of professionalism. Others tell them who to treat and how they must be treated - or not. A friend whispered that he could get in trouble from his hospital employer for prescribing hydroxychloroquine last year. And even if a doctor was curious about 'truth' they were crippled by Google searches which reliably hide accurate information about hydroxy or ivermectin or covid stats. I too am ashamed by our medical profession's complicity in covid deception but I withdrew from AMA membership long before covid because medicine became 'woke' a long time ago.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: TXknitter 12/13/2021 2:12:22 PM (No. 1005919)
Yes absolutely true, #11. I always feel so bad for people who think everything prescribed or done to them medically is all because it is best for THEM. I have watched friends discharged from hospital way too early. The poor family does not realize Medicare and insurance dictated that decision. They were not necessarily discharged or even moved from ICU because they were truly ready for it. Conditions popping up from medical or nursing errors are covered up. A lie is made up to tell the family. It is a relief to me that at least COVID exposed the truth about what the American medical system is and has been for quite awhile.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: cahaba2 12/13/2021 7:31:55 PM (No. 1006149)
My internist, whose practice was owned by a major hospital group, gave them notice in January of this year. He started his own Primary Care Physician practice. For $100 a month I get as much time as I need with him, true availability even on weekends and at night, inexpensive lab work, etc. I opted out of Medicare coverage for him (kept Medicare and plans D & G for specialists, drugs, and any hospitalizations I may need). This physician is on the right track for giving good health care. He limits his patient load to 600 people which gives him a nice income but also gives us quality care. As a plus, I'm 73 and he's in his 40's, so maybe I set for the rest of my life?
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