Aspirin, ibuprofen, and other nonsteroidal drugs (NSAIDs) used for arthritis lead to joint destruction by inhibiting the formation of cartilage.
Drugs like Paxil, Zoloft, and Prozac contribute to obesity, but weight gain is not listed as a common side effect of these drugs.
One of the most disturbing statistics is that there is a direct correlation between the ratio of surgeons in an area and the percentage of the local population receiving surgeries. One research study found that an area with 4.5 surgeons per 10,000 population experienced 940 operations per 10,000 whereas an area with 2.5 surgeons per 10,000 experienced 590 operations per 10,000.6 In other words, when the concentration of surgeons doubles, so does the rate of surgeries.
The patient, Mr. Wright, had huge tumor masses throughout his body and was in such desperate physical condition that he frequently had to take oxygen by mask and fluid had to be removed from his chest every two days. When the patient learned that Dr. Klopfer was involved in research on Krebiozen, he begged to be treated with it. Dr. Klopfer agreed, and the patient’s recovery was startling—“The tumor masses had melted like snowballs on a hot stove, and in only a few days, they were half their original size!” The injections were continued until Mr. Wright was discharged from the hospital...