There was another post elsewhere where this topic came up and it was noted that the author had vested interests which could be argued to raise skepticism.
Much as I agree that particularly in the US profit can rise over care, I can’t see an entire global medical practice over fifty years backed up by empirical research being a global scam. Most medical scandals are brought to light in far less time.
Is this a case where tin foil is for cooking not hats? I wonder.....
Edit: it was Vorstman in the other posts and indeed he did tout his services as the ”better alternative”. Apart from one other medico also with vested interests he is a lone voice.
Edit 2: Also the claim about G6 is not entirely accurate. I know of a number of cases of G6 in patients on my other forum that caused BCR and relapse.
Edit 3: The one thing that may ring mathematically true is that 85% of men make ten years and 85% of men have G6 (according to Venkman) - is there a correlation?
Edited by member 17 Feb 2019 at 22:03
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