Beta-blockers are mass murder

The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) also recommended using beta-blockers in patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery.
A recent article in Forbes Magazine1 highlights how medical guidelines based on questionable science may have resulted in the death of hundreds of thousands of patients in just a few years:
“Last summer, British researchers provoked concern when they published a paper raising the possibility that by following an established guideline UK doctors may have caused as many as 10,000 deaths each year,2” Larry Husten, editorial director of WebMD professional news, writes.
“Now, they have gone a step further and published an estimate that the same guideline may have led to the deaths of as many as 800,000 people in Europe over the last five years3
The 800,000 deaths are comparable in size to the worst cases of genocide and mass murder in recent history.”

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/01/29/beta-blockers-death.aspx?e_cid=20140129Z2_DNL_art_1&utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20140129Z2&et_cid=66915270&et_rid=411670054

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4 Responses to “Beta-blockers are mass murder”

  1. Anonymous says:

    My eldest sister went to her Gp, reporting visual disturbance, balance issues. (indicators of swelling in the brain?). GP said she was suffering from stess, prescribed beta-blockers. My sis told him she wasn’t stressed, she was really happy and content with life. A few days later she collapsed getting out of bed, massive brain aneurism had burst. She died a few more days later when they turned the machines off. Brain stem crushed by the sudden release of blood pressure in the cranial cavity. Round about the same time, Sharon Stone had a scan, and surgery to wrap platinum wire around HER aneurism, to stop it expanding and bursting. I wonder how many points towards the holiday in the Maldives the GP scored by prescribing this shit. Not angry anymore, cold.
    freebornman.

  2. sovereigntea says:

    Life Sciences ! Leon Brittan See Directors Prof !

  3. Anonymous says:

    Professor Sir Colin Terence Dollery
    Born 82 years ago: Mar 1931
    Director, Professor of Medicine
    18 Apr 1992 — 12 Mar 1997 (4 years, 10 months, 24 days)

    Sir Francis Christopher Buchan Bland
    Born 75 years ago: May 1938
    Director, Company Director
    18 Apr 1992 — 12 Mar 1997 (4 years, 10 months, 24 days) BBC BBC BBC

  4. Anonymous says:

    His research was in the field of cardiovascular drugs with particular emphasis on the treatment of hypertension. As a collaborator of Professor Sir James Black he spearheaded the clinical development of the beta-receptor antagonists and crusaded on their behalf – as well as revolutionising their use by his discovery of their antihypertensive effect. Professor Prichard’s major publication work was the book ‘Beta Blockers in Clinical Practice’ with Dr J.M. Cruickshank, a second edition published in 1994.
    In Memoriam – Professor Brian N C Prichard CBE MB MSc FRCP FACC FESC FFPM

    Professor Brian Prichard, Chairman of Richmond Pharmacology’s Scientific Advisory Board and non-executive Board Director died on 6 April 2010 at St George’s Hospital in Tooting. He was 77 years old.
    http://richmondpharmacology.com/about_us/experts/biog.php?biogID=25

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