Identifying Bacterial Infections...or Not!

Updated: Feb 23, 2020

When was the last time you actually got "swabbed" for a bacterial infection? The article below takes about a specific class of antibiotics where the risks far out way the benefits.

The article mentions the use of this medication for a specific class of bacterial infections that, by themselves, can have devastating effects if untreated. I guess my question is....

How do doctors actually know what they are treating if they never take a stab and send it to the lab for analysis and identification?

By prescribing this class of medications to people who are ill without taking the time to identify the potential bacterium, aren't doctors then saying to their patients "it's ok if have severe side effects, we don't really care, as long as it clears your illness"?

The point is simple....

Western Medicine, and those responsible for public safety, seem as though they don't care that more harm with their pharmaceuticals is being done than good. You go to the doctor, they prescribe a med, you go back and they prescribe another med for the reaction you had to the first one. Traditional medicine isn't in the business of making people well, they are in the business of keeping people sick.

If everyone was well the drug companies would be out of a job. The sickness pharmaceutical companies work to treat isn't anything more that greed. It would be great if more people stood up to these agencies and said "enough."

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