Gallbladder Surgery - The dark side Medical Fraud?

Medical Malpractice – Bile Duct injury – Hepaticojejunostomy

my surgeon cut my small intestine and didn’t know and I was sent home. the next day my stomach was distended as big as it could get and I called my surgeon crying and explained to him how much pain I was in and he told me to tough it out and nothing is wrong […]

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy equipment companies referrals for experimentation / practice

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy the equipment manufacturing companies saw a potential gold mine; what isn’t said is they sold their stock to doctors who would then have a vested interest in using lives up to get this new technology established and hiding the thousands of deadly injuries created in the initial training frenzy. To sweeten the pot, […]

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy – Surgeons new bread-and-butter cash cow

When laparoscopic cholecystectomy was introduced in this country around 1990 the whole country’s surgical community wanted to be trained at once. Surgeons consider gallbladder surgery a “bread-and-butter” operation and in the late 1980s two new non-surgical treatments (lithotripsy and ursodiol dissolution) were taking business away from them–big time. They saw this new procedure as a […]

Dr’s opinion – Gallstone Treatment carried out in a manner that is fraudulent and dishonest ?

Gallstone Treatment January 02, 2008 | 78,695 views Kurt Pourbaix writes:  I have looked through your website and have found a couple of interesting articles on gallstones. I see that sugar, fats, and grains aggravate gallstones.  If a person has gallstones, the symptoms can be reduced by exercise, and by taking taurine and whole beet concentrate. My wife […]

Surgeons don’t believe postcholecystectomy syndrome exists!

Undeliverable, this from Surgeons own medical references – The condition postcholecystectomy syndrome does not exist. At least they come clean on other points Misdiagnosis for cholecystectom, Nerve and bile duct damage occurs frequently “Although not a complication, persistence or recurrence of biliary-type pain may occur. A proportion of these patients will either have a retained common […]

The medical cartel: too big to fail, too evil to expose

(NaturalNews) There are several reasons why the medical cartel is too big to fail: the enormous amount of money at stake; its aim to control populations.In this article, I want to examine a related reason.Suppose it was discovered that thousands of bridges around the US were in imminent danger of collapsing? Not because maintenance and […]

Evidence – Independant investigation testimony (Butcher Shop ER)

In a rural area nearby the only hospital there was also training laparoscopic cholecystectomy (L.C) and taking full advantage of the trusting people who lived there. No matter what you went to their ER for you were going to get a referral to their student training program for gallbladder surgery. The locals call this place “The […]