If you have been watching the news recently, you know that hospitals are becoming more and more dangerous. Instead of being the safest places to be when you need medical help, they might be the worst. One reason is the drugs and dangerous procedures that are a regular part of every hospital day. But the other danger is new.
I'm talking about the super infections that are increasingly happening in hospitals. No one is surprised when the news agencies speak out about these needless infections. But who would believe that of all things a financial newsletter would focus on the danger?
Last month, I received a newsletter from Sean Goldsmith. He's the editor of the financial newsletter The Stansberry Digest. Mr. Goldsmith correctly hits on one of the most pressing medical problems that we have today. But sadly, he misses the correct answer.
According to Mr. Goldsmith, "If you plan on going into the hospital for a procedure or examination this spring, you should carefully consider the risks. Hospitals have become the epicenter of a rash of deadly outbreaks of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms, commonly referred to as 'superbugs."'
The letter goes on to point out that recently more than a hundred patients at UCLA's Ronald Reagan Medical Center were infected with superbugs. Two of them have died already. And how did they get the infections? From the everyday routine procedures that doctors do called endoscopic examinations. Endoscopic examinations are when doctors put instruments into the body to look around. They can include colonoscopy, cystoscopy, or a gastroscopy. And the problem is definitely not limited to just one hospital.
Less than five miles away at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, five other patients became infected with deadly superbugs. Eleven people died at the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle from superbug infections. And outbreaks with multiple fatalities have been reported at the National Institute of Health and the Walter Reed Army Medical Center right in the middle of our nation's capital. So where are you safe?
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The answer is nowhere! The CDC estimates that superbugs are killing at least 23,000 people per year in the US! According to The Stansberry Digest, "The situation is likely to get worse, as the antibiotics we use to fight superbugs are becoming less effective every day. A British government-sponsored analysis of the threat from last December estimated that superbugs could kill more people than cancer by 2050." So what is Mr. Goldsmith's answer to the problem?
It's more antibiotics. Remember that the whole reason we have these superbugs is from the over-reliance on antibiotics in the first place. So what are more antibiotics going to do? Nothing more than create more superbugs. But remember that Mr. Goldsmith is a financial advisor not a doctor.
So what's a better answer? I have been preaching about pre-conditioning therapies these last few months because that is exactly what we need. Our medical-industrial complex is not going to protect us. That's not the way it works. We need to learn how to protect ourselves. Pre-conditioning therapies are those things that we can do at home without doctors, medical regulators, or insurance companies to keep us healthy and prevent deadly complications, such as superbug infections. Here is an incredible example of pre-conditioning that appeared not that long ago in the respected peer-reviewed journal Shock. This is information that you will never hear or read in the national press.
Researchers took a group of rats and gave them deadly infections that would routinely kill all of them. But before they did, they pretreated the rats with ozone therapy. This is an example of what we mean by "pre-conditioning." It's when we give ourselves various therapies on a regular basis before anything bad happens instead of waiting until it does. Amazingly, 33% of the rats that were pre-conditioned with ozone before they were infected, survived. That's 33% as opposed to 0%. And when, in addition to the ozone pre-conditioning, the researchers also gave them antibiotics, the survival rate climbed to an astounding 93%! So what does this mean for you as you head on down to your local doc's office or hospital for a procedure of any kind?
It means that if you are pre-conditioned with ozone before the procedure and you get infected with some superbug, your odds of surviving are dramatically enhanced. With this concept, we don't need any more newer and better antibiotics that will only make newer and stronger superbugs. With the concept of pre-conditioning, we have the ability to increase our own survival potential simply by optimizing our health and immune response.
I look forward to the day when all of my readers will be pre-conditioning with ozone before anything bad happens. You can learn all about pre-conditioning in the June issue of Second Opinion. If you're a subscriber, you can read it for free on my website. If you're not, you can subscribe here and read it and all of our back issues online. The sooner you get started on pre-conditioning, the better. Because you never know when you will need it.
Yours for better health,
Frank Shallenberger, MD
Bette M, Nüsing RM, et al. Efficiency of tazobactam/piperacillin in lethal peritonitis is enhanced after preconditioning of rats with O3/O2-pneumoperitoneum. Shock. 2006 Jan;25(1):23-9.
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