Killed by Conventional Medicine by Dr. Shallenberger
Killed By Conventional Medicine
These beloved celebrities would still be alive today if they knew what you're going to learn in the next 10 minutes
Prince was one of the greatest showmen of all time. But beneath all the dance moves and swagger was a man in serious pain. All those years of jumping around on stage had taken a toll on his knees and hips.
His doctors told him that his only choices were to get a hip replacement and to take powerful pain-killing drugs. Prince took the drugs and became addicted. Over time, he needed to take higher and higher doses to get relief. Then one day, he took too much and died.
But Prince would still be alive if his doctors knew about a breakthrough treatment for knee and hip problems. This breakthrough not only gets rid of pain but actually regenerates joint tissue. Professional athletes are now using this breakthrough to extend their careers.
And ordinary people in their 60s and 70s are using it to regain youthful vigor.
Glenn Frey, cofounder of the Eagles, had a reputation for being a tough guy. But as tough as he was, he was no match for the prescription drugs his doctors gave him.
Frey's problems started 15 years ago, when he was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Since RA is an autoimmune disease, the conventional treatment is to prescribe drugs that suppress the immune system. Unfortunately, these immune-suppressing drugs can destroy your body's ability to fight infection.
That's what happened to Frey. He developed chronic infections in his intestines that required repeated hospitalizations. Then he contracted pneumonia. And it killed him.
But this tragedy didn't have to happen. That's because there's a little-known cure for rheumatoid arthritis. And it's been proven on hundreds of patients. This cure works by resetting your immune system instead of suppressing it. Best of all, it works for all kinds of autoimmune diseases, including Crohn's disease, lupus, polymyalgia, Sjogren's syndrome, and more. Details are later in this letter.
Comedian Joan Rivers went to the doctor for some routine elective surgery. During the procedure, she stopped breathing and went into cardiac arrest. Several days later, she was dead.
According to news reports, her doctors made some horrifying blunders. They also engaged in inappropriate behavior, like taking a "selfie" of Rivers while she was on the operating table. And when the anesthesiologist expressed concern, the surgeon reportedly dismissed her as being "paranoid" and said "you're being such a curious cat."
Sadly, this type of behavior is not that uncommon. Some 88,000 Americans die each year from medical mistakes and malpractice. But there are steps you can take to make sure this never happens to you or a loved one. To find out more, keep reading.
Both Muhammad Ali and Patty Duke died of sepsis, a type of blood infection. Over 700,000 people get sepsis every year. And over 200,000 die from it. Indeed, a recent study found that sepsis contributes to up to half of all hospital deaths.
But you don't have to be in the hospital to get sepsis. You can catch it from something as simple as a cut on your finger! Once it takes hold, the odds are not good. Even with the best antibiotics and supportive care, about a third of people who get sepsis die.
Fortunately, there is a special "combination" therapy that works far better than antibiotics alone. In the most severe cases, it can double survival rates. And in more moderate cases, it has a success rate of 97%!
You'll find out all about it below.
Comedian Garry Shandling died suddenly, of an apparent heart attack. According to news reports, Shandling didn't have any history of heart disease.
This is a relatively common occurrence, according to the medical establishment. One article even quoted a doctor as saying that half of men who die from heart disease have no previous symptoms.
What a bunch of baloney! There are always signs ... if you know what to look for. Unfortunately, most conventional doctors only look at cholesterol and blood pressure and maybe one or two other things.
They don't test for arterial stiffness index or myeloperoxidase ... or omega-3 index. And they certainly don't offer much help in preventing heart attacks .... other than to put you on a statin drug and tell you to lose weight.
The truth of the matter is that with today's advances in holistic cardiology, there is no reason to ever have a heart attack. To find out how to become heart-attack proof, keep reading.
Did you know that back when David Bowieand Alan Rickman were growing up, the medical establishment actually endorsedcigarette smoking? It's true! Doctors actually appeared in advertisements, touting their favorite brands.
Both Bowie and Rickman were smokers. And both died of cancer. But they might still be alive today if they knew the information in the pages of this bulletin. For example:
● As you read on you'll find out about the world's most effective way to end nicotine addiction. It actually gets rid of physical cravings.
● Keep reading and you'll discover how to make sure you never get cancer. This cancer prevention plan is based on Nobel-Prize winning research. And it's been proven effective in studies.
● Read on and you'll find out what to do if you or someone you know already has cancer. This cancer breakthrough is more effective than conventional treatments, with better quality of life and virtually no side effects.
Yours for better health,
Frank Shallenberger, MD