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Confessions of a Medical Heretic – (Part One)

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Confessions of a Medical Heretic – (Part One)

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Duty to Warn

new-logo25kohlsGary G. Kohls, MD

 

 

The readers of my weekly Duty to Warn columns know that I often write about some of the concerns that I have regarding the once honorable medical profession that, for 40 years, I called my own.

Actually, my major concerns haven’t been solely about physicians, but about the for-profit systems that have arisen since I was a medical student. Most of the med school friends that I knew seemed to be serious about their desire to do good in the world. I sincerely believed that most of us took seriously the Hippocratic Oath (“first do no harm”) that we all swore to adhere to when we got our medical degrees.

I was naively grateful to Eli Lilly when that drug company gave us reflex hammers, stethoscopes and a doctor’s bag during our second-year clinical rotations. I still have them and, although the rubbery parts are getting pretty brittle now, the chrome plating is still shiny.

The reputation of Lilly since the 1960s, however, has been increasingly grimy on its ethical inside but somehow still somewhat shiny on the outside – when it comes to corporate profits.

Ever since 1989, there have been thousands of lawsuits (originating in every state of the union) that have been brought against Lilly just from its block buster (so-called “antidepressant” drug Prozac. Prozac received FDA approval for marketing in 1987 and it didn’t take long for surprised and alarmed psychiatrists all over the world to start seeing dramatic increases in suicide attempts and suicidal thinking among the patients that they had naively recommended taking the new, heavily advertised drug.  One set of Prozac class action suits settled for $1.5 billion.

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TS Radio: Louise Hicks: The need for Mental Health Reform

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TS Radio: Louise Hicks: The need for Mental Health Reform

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TS RAdioJoin us live November 1st, 2015 at 6:00 pm CST!!

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Our Guest this evening:  LOUISE HICKS 

Award Winning Author, Motivational Speaker and Radio Show Host   

A native of Shreveport, Louisiana, Louise Hicks has called Southern California home since she relocated to Long Beach in 1969. She attended California State University, Long Beach where she obtained her Bachelors’ Degree in Social Work and then went on to work for the County of Los Angeles for 32 years-retiring in 2006.

She launched L. Hicks Consulting Services, LLC in 2009 where she offers workshops, and seminars that help positively impact people on the job. She has touched countless lives with her best-selling book, “A Hill to Climb – A Teenager’s Battle with Cancer, Depression, and Drug Addiction” (published 2009 by Tate Publishing, LLC). The real-life account chronicles her experiences as she helps her 14-year-old son David, battle bone cancer,  depression and later a drug addiction that plagues David in his adult life.

Her inspiring story has landed her a guest spot on CNN News and has opened doors for her to speak, inspire, and motivate audiences across the nation through motivational speaking opportunities.

Currently, Louise is promoting an initiative called AIMED 2 PURPOSE™, which is designed to inspire women, at-risk youth, entrepreneurs, and anyone who wants to improve their quality of life. As an extension of the campaign, Louise also launched an internet radio show entitled AIMED 2 PURPOSE®The Radio Showin July 2014. The 1-hour global weekly show features Louise along with her eldest son Kennon Wesley Mason as they discuss a wide range of topics from spirituality, work/life management and healthy living. The show airs Mondays at 5PM Pacific, 7PM Central, and 8PM Eastern on Global Voice Broadcasting. Listeners can call in for questions and comments at (323) 522-5482. Learn more by visiting www.gvbstudios.com/show/a2p.

For more information about Louise log on www.louisehicks.biz. To schedule an appearance, speaking engagement, customer service training, or book club review contact Louise Hicks at (562) 310-1495 or email her at info@louisehicks.biz.

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Author Terri Farley on Wild Horse & Burro Radio, Wednesday night (10/28/15)

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Voices Carry for Animals # 64

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UNMARKED POLICE CARS, VANS, AND TRUCKS: ALL IN A DAYS WORK

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” Due to increased fines and fees and reduced access to courts, more than four million Californians have suspended driver’s licenses. Once again these suspensions, most which are hardly necessary, make it harder for people to get and keep jobs, thus sending them into forced poverty.

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For longer than half of a century, traffic tickets, and especially moving violations, gradually entered into the realm of a cost prohibitive-extortionist culture accompanied with exorbitant fines and jail that were not necessarily connected to safety but to a money making machine that lined the pockets of law enforcement and budgets of city and county governments.

1016328_420444734736266_378341861_nIn my attempt to expose the truth of what I am about to share, will be focusing upon selected areas within our nation which have fallen into a most shameful condition to where a victim’s hope is lost which also includes their job as well, while at the same time, families and lives are unnecessarily and essentially ruined to the point of no return.

While even unmarked police cars roam our neighborhoods, my first endeavor here is to expose the continuing criminalization of poverty with regard to minor offenses where small towns in states such as Louisiana prey on motorists to feed their budgets. One town called Baskin collected 87 percent of its revenue from traffic tickets. This northeastern town had 188 people and five police cars. More

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