Duty to Warn 

By Gary G. Kohls, MD – 12-3-2019

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“2.6 million people die annually in low-and middle-income countries from medical errors, and most of those deaths are related to misdiagnosis and administration of pharmaceutical products (ie, drugs and vaccines)…Medication errors alone cost an estimated $42 billion (US dollars) annually. Unsafe surgical care procedures cause complications in up to 25% of patients resulting in 1 million deaths during or immediately after surgery annually…Four out of every ten patients are harmed during primary and ambulatory health care. The most detrimental errors are related to diagnosis, prescription and the use of medicines.” — The World Health Organization

Iatrogenesis: “The causation of a disease, a harmful complication, or other ill effect by any medical activity, including diagnostic error, treatment (drug, vaccine or surgical) error or negligence.”

Below are excerpts from medical journal articles that conclude that medical (iatrogenic) errors are the third leading cause of death in the US. The third excerpt suggests that iatrogenesis is likely the #1 cause of acute and chronic illnesses, some of the names of which are listed in the product inserts that the pharmaceutical industry must attach to every oral or injectable drug and every vaccine that they manufacture and sell.

Those drug and vaccine product inserts must list the most common adverse effects for 1) every Big Pharma-manufactured prescription drug that is dispensed at pharmacies; and for 2) every vaccine ampoule from which large numbers of potentially-toxic intramuscularly-administered vaccines that are commonly injected at every physician’s office that offers cocktails of vaccinations (which are now even given at pharmacies as well!).

The first study below, published in 2016 in the BMJ (British Medical Journal,) was authored by researchers from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. Apparently, no US medical journal to which the article was submitted was willing to publish it. More