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Dec 1, 2023Liked by Lioness of Judah Ministry

Excellent...TY so much for posting!

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Dec 1, 2023Liked by Lioness of Judah Ministry

Also, of course, cancer. From an article by Walter Last:

It is generally accepted in cancer research that the vast majority of patients or about 90% die from metastases or secondary tumours, and only a small minority from a primary tumour. Therefore it should be of great concern to therapists as well as patients that already more than 30 years ago it was conclusively shown that cancer surgery is the main cause of metastasis.

The article link no longer works, but I uploaded it to my googledrive:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1hgXS_o-OpEaLIuIv6u5aC-QGAePO-UZo?usp=sharing

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Dec 1, 2023Liked by Lioness of Judah Ministry

My mother seemed to think of surgery as the path to perfection? The difficulty I had was never knowing which surgery would put her ahead or which would set her back. Case in point - she got a 3 lead pacemaker that turned the clock back at least 10 years. It was miraculous. Right from waking up, her normally icy cold hands were warm, her eyesight improved and her mind was back. Then years later, some radiologist lost hold of a coil and sliced up her entire large intestine trying to retrieve it. Ghastly death.

The problem is - how can you determine what health care you require? You leave it to your doctor. My mother passed in 2018. Then covid. Now the odds never seem to be in our favor. I’m done with all of it.

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Coleman was so refreshing to read again that I couldn't help complementing his article yesterday:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/unnecessary-surgeries

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Get a few consults and if it's necessary, pick someone if possible that treats you like a human!

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Dec 1, 2023Liked by Lioness of Judah Ministry

Good post. Thank you!

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🙌🔥❤️

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Excellent article. Except for the part about vegan diets for heart health. I know Dr. Coleman is himself vegan and a big believer, but the politicized faux science that led to the adoption of the first US Nutritional Guidelines has been a disaster for human health. There is now a huge movement of physicians, scientists and regular folks worldwide regaining health, getting off prescription meds, losing weight, and recovering from supposedly irreversible diseases (like diabetes, a large range of autoimmune diseases, etc.) by reintroducing animal foods & saturated fats into their diets, removing all vegetable oils and sugars, and following low carb ketogenic and/or carnivore diets. There are increasing numbers of cardiologists among these MDs as well.

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I broke my ankle a few years ago while walking at the cemetery in winter. They agreed to pay my medical bills so I saw an orthopedic surgeon. He immediately said that I needed surgery with pins, but I told him that I wasn’t sure yet on the insurance.

"No problem just wear this boot and I’ll see you in 2 weeks."

Well what do you know? He said it was healing fine and no surgery needed. I already had decided no surgery was necessary and especially with pins because they often get infected and need to be removed.

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Lot of truth here , unfortunately.

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Given the state of the NHS and the known Agenda in Britain l would only attend a hospital for life saving surgery .. but the two “may” be diametrically opposed! I wouldn’t necessarily expect to wake up! Now, privately you do stand a slightly better chance as they operate “on their own” in these settings.

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Plus there's the fact that many operations require blood transfusions, and most unvaxxed patients don't have access to donated unvaxxed blood.

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Dr C. The voice of reason. Always 💕

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Iatrogenic cases are epidemic. Incompetent Medical Doctors are the product of Incompetent Medical Schools.

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Great article. 100% true. What a shame the last sentence had to be so crass. I would share it if it weren't for that sentence. Thank you for posting. The world needs to know this.

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