From: Peter B on

"john" <nospam(a)bt.com> wrote in message
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> Good-Bye Dr. William Trebing. You'll find it

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From: john on

"Peter Parry" <peter(a)wpp.ltd.uk> wrote in message
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> On Wed, 30 Dec 2009 20:27:39 -0000, "john" <nospam(a)bt.com> wrote:
>
>>Good-Bye Germ Theory by Dr. William Trebing
>
> "Dr" Trebing appears to be a jobbing chiropractor who believes in
> "applied kinesiology" and the activator method , a commercial
> diagnostic and treatment system based on the belief that differences
> in leg length indicate the need for spinal adjustments.(Please ask
> about your health insurance coverage when you arrange your first
> visit.)
>
> How likely is it do you think that he really has any idea (other than
> financial) about the subject of his book?

and you allopaths have a clue about disease theory, having only cured
bacterial infections?

and save us the financial spiel, seeing as you lot turn over trillions every
year


From: dr_jeff on
john wrote:
> "Peter Parry" <peter(a)wpp.ltd.uk> wrote in message
> news:o0knj5p2u5p9ihsc2mq52eg1souulv7hi0(a)4ax.com...
>> On Wed, 30 Dec 2009 20:27:39 -0000, "john" <nospam(a)bt.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Good-Bye Germ Theory by Dr. William Trebing
>> "Dr" Trebing appears to be a jobbing chiropractor who believes in
>> "applied kinesiology" and the activator method , a commercial
>> diagnostic and treatment system based on the belief that differences
>> in leg length indicate the need for spinal adjustments.(Please ask
>> about your health insurance coverage when you arrange your first
>> visit.)
>>
>> How likely is it do you think that he really has any idea (other than
>> financial) about the subject of his book?
>
> and you allopaths have a clue about disease theory, having only cured
> bacterial infections?

And viral, yeast and other infections, cancer, some forms of autoimmune
disease, some forms of eye disease and HIV (1 case with a stem cell
transplant). Greatly improved trauma and emergency care, including
minimizing damage from heart and brain attacks (brain attacks are
strokes). And greatly improved the lives of people with autoimmune
diseases, diabetes, heart attack, stroke and kidney diseases. And
prevented many diseases including diarrhea, heart attacks, stroke, and
infectious diseases, like mumps, measles, rubella, chicken pox, Hib
invasive disease, small pox (no cases last several years), etc.

So, allopaths have done far more than just cure bacterial infections.

How about some evidence that conjecture-based medicine (aka, alternative
medicine, con-med) has done much to help people? Like the millions of
lives saved by vaccines every year?

> and save us the financial spiel, seeing as you lot turn over trillions every
> year

The con-med industry is a multibillion doolar industry itself. The
difference between allopathic medicine and con-med is that allopathy works.
From: john on

"dr_jeff" <utz(a)msu.edu> wrote in message
>
> The con-med industry is a multibillion doolar industry itself. The
> difference between allopathic medicine and con-med is that allopathy
> works.

LOL.

talk about seeing yourself in others http://www.whale.to/a/allopathy_h.html


From: john on
"According to a survey made in 1946 regarding the percentage of polio
recoveries under the various methods of healing we have this interesting
report: 91 % to 100% recover under certain Chiropractic treatment-(not all
chiropractors understand this method), 97% to 100% recover under correct
Hygienic treatment, 72% under Nurse Kenny treatment, 35% recover with no
professional care, 17% under medical care."----Eleanor McBean

http://www.whale.to/v/poliogirl.html


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