Mermaids and fake “progesterone”

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  While medical doctors are having their licenses stolen by medical board because their recommendations “depart excessively from the standard of care” – it behoves us all to consider just how valuable the standard of care is. Should a doctor be forced to abide by it uncritically? Should science be determined by consensus of “experts”?  (remember to follow the money) Is best practice determined by a vote? What if the voters are all bought and paid for by Big Pharma? Is there any room for an intelligent doctor to think for him or herself and advise a patient accordingly when over 50% of the experts deciding whether or not to approve a drug have significant financial conflicts of interest?

 Remember, science is simply a methodology utilizing reproducible experiments honestly and openly to test hypothesis; science is not a business and it is not advanced by consensus or majority vote.  But Big Pharm and businesses in general hire scientist and corrupt the process by the debacle which we medical doctors understand to be “science for hire”.  Like the wily accountant at a job interview, who, when asked how much 2 + 2 amounted to  looked left and right then inquired of the future employer,  “How much do you want it to be?”  far too many scientists bastardize the noble process of open scientific investigation for profit.  And then biased findings are presented to the practicing medical doctor who unthinkingly trusts the “research” executed by Big Pharma and prescribes drugs which soon prove too toxic to remain on the market.  This is a common scenario.  Meanwhile the skeptical doctor who thinks for him/herself and whose commitment is  “Primum non Nocere” (first do no harm) teaches his patient to not take  drugs like Vioxx  or Fosamax or Premarin or PremPro (to name but  few of the tragedies),  that doctor  is deemed a “medical terrorist” for interfering with the obscene profits of Big Pharma  and loses his/her license.  No patient is harmed by the thinking doctor whereas thousands of patients are harmed by the unthinking pawns of Big Pharma  (these doctors are  “MDs” only in the sense of being “Maketing Directors” for Big Pharama).    So let’s talk about mermaids and medroxy-progesterone acetate –  after reading this article by the not-milk-man  Robert Cohen, those of you who scoff at people who believe in mermaids might feel equally foolish for having trusted your  MD (marketing director) when he recommended the drugs which constitute the standard of care!

 But the belief in your marketing director (MD)  is hard to shake.

At least 9 million of you are out there in 2014!…

"Three million American women have heard the news that premarin use can lead to cancer, stroke, and heart attacks.
In 1999, 12 million American women regularly took Premarin. In 2014, 9 million women will take Premarin."

Real scientists (not the scientists for hire) tell us:


“…Cancer cells upon exposure to medroxyprogesterone acetate have an increased number and size of intracellular lipid droplets and higher degree of saturation than untreated cells…”

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THE FOLLOWING IS FROM from www.notmilk.com

"But a mermaid has no tears, and therefore she suffers so much more." 
 - Hans Christian Andersen, The Little Mermaid

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Do horses cry? Although horses have tear ducts which
lubricate their eyes, equine experts agree that
like mermaids, horses do not cry. Do horses feel
pain? One would require simple horse sense to jump
to that foalish nightmare conclusion.

Horse urine is often prescribed for women who experience
hot flashes as they transition into menopause. The horse
urine contains horse estrogen. What say I to such treatment?
Four hooves down with a big neigh! The traditional hormone
replacement therapy (HRT) is to administer horse piss with
progesterone (medroxyprogesterone acetate).

The medical community is not yet aware of what you are
about to read regarding medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA).
This leading edge research will be published four months
from today in the November, 2014 issue of the Journal of
Biomedical Optics. In that regard, Notmilk readers are
way ahead of the learning curve. Using sophisticated new
microscopy techniques, scientists at the Departments of
Bioengineering and Pharmacology at the University of
Colorado measured the effects of MPA on breast cancer
cells and conclude:

"Cancer cells upon exposure to medroxyprogesterone acetate
have an increased number and size of intracellular lipid
droplets and higher degree of saturation than untreated
cells."

Unlike horses and mermaids, women who develop breast
cancers after taking horse urine pills do cry real tears.

The most popular HRT in America is a stinky yellow
pill called premarin. Premarin stands for Pregnant
Mare Urine. Estrogen from horse urine is processed
and formed into an easy-to-swallow bitter pill.

Three million American women have heard the news that
premarin use can lead to cancer, stroke, and heart attacks.
In 1999, 12 million American women regularly took Premarin.
In 2014, 9 million women will take Premarin.

Do post menopausal women who take premarin suffer serious
neurological health challenges?

This was a question studied by doctors at the Mayo Clinic
in Rochester, Minnesota, and  n the Department of Psychiatry 
at the University of Illinois. Their results were published in
The journal Neurology ON February 4, 2014. Researchers found:

"Conjugated equine estrogen (CEE), when combined with
medroxyprogesterone acetate, doubled the risk of dementia
in women who initiated treatment at age 65 years and later."

Let's consider the pregnant horses.

On dairy farms, cows are (more often than not)
artificially impregnated in order to give milk
to their newly birthed calves. Immediately after
birth, the calves are separated from their mothers.
The males are killed, while the females are raised
to replace their mothers who average another 35
months of stressed milking before being sent to
slaughter.

Brood mares are also artificially impregnated and
ultimately give birth to a foal. During the pregnancy,
the mare urinates estrogen-rich horse piss which
is collected by well-trained pee harvesters. Urine is
then processed for post-menopausal who are destined
to suffer adverse health issues, including dementia.

My suspicion is that the scientist who thunk of this
process is a past bankrupted horserace gambler
who was abused by his own mother and is now seeking
revenge against the universe.

How many horses have suffered?

Pfizer Pharmaceutical Company has tortured over 
900,000 mares in this manner. These horses are kept
in 8' by 3' stalls and are rarely able to move or
turn around or lie down during their seven month
confinement. A Rube Goldberg-like system of pulleys
hold up the horse, which develops painful rashes
and sores during the process.

One might imagine that the horses receive ample
amounts of water which induces urination, but
that is far from the truth. In order to create
estrogen-rich urine, the horses are given only
enough water to keep them alive.

The baby horses are immediately separated from their
mothers and sent to feedlots to be fattened for
slaughter. The mothers are then re-impregnated.

The YouTube video is 4:46 and provides more truth
than any woman wants to accept about premarin:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8i4NUNWkBA

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"Look," Peter said.
To the north was a series of vast grassy plains,
and there, just looking like specks at first, was
a herd of horses, a species that in Neverland had
never been tamed. They were beautiful, flashes of
brown and black and tan, their coats gleaming. There
was no reason for them to be running that Tiger Lily
could see. It was likely that they just loved to run.

"That's what I want my life to be," Peter said,
staring down at the horses.

Tiger Lily sank against him and watched the herd,
and thought that was what she wanted too." 
 - Jodi Lynn Anderson, Tiger Lily

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