Dr Mary Ann Block Meets With Congress About Doctors, Schools, and Medication
by TJ Chambers
Dr Mary Ann Block
In this video, Dr Mary Ann Block gave testimony to Congress about schools that practice medicine without a license when it comes to children with ADHD. The tell the parents to go to a doctor and get the child medicated.
By the way, she was one of the people I came across early on when researching ADHD. She is very knowledgable and her books are a great resource.
As a MD, she prescribes what the child really needs. In Texas, schools started denying her orders and refuse what she prescribes unless it is drugs.
She also discusses with the room about the drug industry and its influences over doctors.
She says "according to the FDA, less than 1% of doctors know the side effects of the drugs they prescribe". I just had an argument with a guy yesterday about how doctors destroy lives. He got really upset about it because he is an RN and says it isn't true.
If over 99% of doctors don't know the side effects of drugs and they prescribe them anyway, they are destroying people's lives with the drugs. The drugs cause all kinds of minor to severe health issues, just listen to the ads.
It was mentioned in this video how the drug companies wine and dine the doctors and talk about how great their medications are so the doctors will prescribe them.
Its a messed up system and the medical industry is profiting billions or trillions off your demise. Your health is on the stock exchange!
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