“Dangerous Medicine: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Can Hurt You” is an eye-opening view of health and wellness from Atlanta-based physician Ken G. Knott, M.D.
In a world of rapidly advancing technology, how is it that the medical field only seems to digress? Are they holding back cures for fatal diseases? How do I know what to believe? In “Dangerous Medicine: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Can Hurt You,” Dr. Ken G. Knott provides a rich analysis of the stagnant medical system and how your doctor’s failure to learn or acknowledge scientific innovation, could ultimately put you in great danger.
If one truly wants to know why the treatment for ‘incurable’ diseases, such as cancer, has not changed, it would be wise to consider the companies and individuals who have the most to gain by continuing this ‘ill-fated ‘war.’
After discovering the positive effects of hormones on healing, Dr. Knott evolved his practice and now specializes in hormone replacement therapy (HRT), a practice that is still ignored and criticized in the medical field, despite ample scientific proof and an irrefutable success rate. So if these natural methods are so successful, why are they not more widely implemented? “If one truly wants to know why the treatment for ‘incurable’ diseases, such as cancer, has not changed, it would be wise to consider the companies and individuals who have the most to gain by continuing this ‘ill-fated ‘war,’ said Dr. Knott.
For many years, Dr. Knott witnessed how medical myths and incorrect standards of care resulted in avoidable illnesses, needless suffering and death. As a result, he wrote this eye-opening book in which he dispels these myths by providing easy-to-understand explanations of key subjects such as:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
i. Forward by David Brownstein, M.D.
I. The Importance of the Thyroid for Optimal Health Andropause
II. Women and Hormones
III. What You Need to Know About Human Growth Hormone
IV. Role of the Adrenal Glands
V. You Are What You Eat
VI. Micronutrients and More
VII. Exercise and Health
VIV. Hyperbaric Oxygen
X. Blinking Lights, Bells, and Whistles
XI. Health Hazards Exposed
- About the Author
Hormone Replacement Therapy
Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment
Common Medical Myths
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