Once vaunted as the most respected professional field, Western medicine has been corrupted by the scientism of the times, reduced to a pill-popping and vaccine-injecting shamanism that no longer cures diseases but prolongs them. Medicine used to bring solace and hope to people, but now it is the grim reaper, the bringer of suffering, confusion, false hope, and unnecessary death. We’re fast approaching the stage where it may be better not to seek medical care at all for the most serious of illnesses.

The politicization of medicine

When I was an undergrad at university, I originally wanted to become a doctor. I was on a pre-med track along with many of the peers who majored in a hard science. Starting in my junior year, much of our talk was centered around taking the medical school entrance exam (MCAT) and achieving a score that assured acceptance into a medical school not based in the Caribbean. I quickly learned that, all else being equal, we would be evaluated on a curve according to our race. My black peers could get in with an MCAT score of 25, while my white peers needed to get close to 30. It was even worse for Asians, who had to punch above 30.

How could it be that applicants who objectively did worse on an exam could become a doctor over those who had done better? Doesn’t society want the absolute best doctors in the country to perform life-saving procedures and surgeries? Apparently not. The medical care that you receive is becoming increasingly dependent on correcting perceived historical wrongs than rewarding genuine ability and intellectual merit. I could not understand that as a lowly undergrad student. It should not surprise you that nearly all of my black peers became doctors, but based on what I knew of their abilities from studying with them, they were not the most qualified above other applicants who were discouraged due to the higher standard they were being judged on.

While a requirement for intelligence has not been completely thrown out the door, politics was already an entrenched factor for medical school admissions upon my graduating year of 2001. Consider the fact that women are so “encouraged” to become doctors that they now outnumber men, only later to leave the profession in droves because they changed their mind or desired lighter hours. What a societal waste to train women for medicine when so many of them rightfully decide it’s more joyful to raise children.

Once in medical school, at least, students can be taught pure medicine, untainted from the type of affirmative action policies that selected much of the admission class, but medical schools are connected to universities—the same universities that have become infected with a Marxist rot that insists on creating an inverted world where revolutionary and egalitarian ideas are elevated above the most basic truths. I have seen no indication that medical schools have walled themselves off from this revolutionary spirit. Not only have they adopted Marxist ideas, but at the same time they’ve become heavily influenced by money from the pharmaceutical industry.

Medical treatments lack reproducible proof of efficacy

Medical school curriculums have been created through “scientific studies,” and who can afford to conduct those increasingly expensive studies but globalized institutions, corporations, and “philanthropic” foundations. Take a look at the popular medical journals today and you will see a paucity of studies promoting natural remedies or lifestyle changes. Those compose a tiny minority of the research compendium because it entails no profit, and if you encounter such a study, it almost certainly was done outside of the United States.

Medical students gain a large amount of raw knowledge, but the entire orientation of which to apply that knowledge is to slice, dice, and pill-feed. In their exceedingly expensive training (medical school debt can surpass $1 million), students learn that all bodily problems can be solved with a scalpel or through prescribing chemicals produced in Chinese and Indian factories. I’ve been to honest car mechanics who have advised no intervention for an annoying car issue, but a doctor is trained to do something, anything, and the patient, lacking in faith and terrified of death, will beg for that anything—which they may have seen on a slick television commercial—no matter how extreme or toxic, even if the expensive solution to his ailment will merely rearrange the workings of his body to soon create yet another ailment that he must also seek treatment for. The efficacy of all those treatments is unknown because of the reproducibility crisis that has not only hit the soft sciences but also medicine.

The reproducibility crisis is the phenomenon whereby at least 50% of scientific studies cannot be reproduced, in spite of the fact that reproducibility is supposed to be the hallmark of science. I should be able to take your peer-reviewed and published scientific study, duplicate the setup, apply the same variables and conditions, and come up with identical results, but this is simply not happening, and perhaps never happened. You would think that reproducibility is essential to prove the efficacy of any medical treatment because human health and life are at stake, but just one successful study is enough to sweep all the failed ones under the rug. I know this because I worked for a pharmaceutical company that would hedge their bets by conducting multiple studies on the same drug candidate and then pick the ones that showed the most favorable results that could lead to FDA approval.

Many drugs that were heralded to alleviate a disease, despite the studies allegedly proving their claims, turned out to cause serious health damage while providing no curative effect, and so the entire foundation of modern medicine becomes shaky, held up only by vested financial interests that want to keep selling you expensive treatments. I can in fact prove to you that the best way to put out a forest fire is to drop a nuclear bomb on it. The fire will certainly go out since the entire forest and all combustible matter would be obliterated. I may even get published by a journal that peer reviews my nuclear bomb treatment, but if you want the forest to at least somewhat resemble its original state, it may be worth looking into another remedy, and the sad truth of my nuclear bomb example is that at least it does work, but most medical treatments do not work, and were approved by compliant government bureaucrats who wanted high-paying jobs in the same companies they are supposed to protect us from.

What is really true and what is not? What really works and what doesn’t? You’ll need a professional laboratory to help you seek the truth, but only 3% of laboratories are independent. Most are connected, by one or two degrees, to corrupt academia, the same interests that profit from the supposed cure, and Bill Gates and the Rockefellers, who have a strange fixation on the agenda of depopulation alongside “health.” No one in their right mind could interpret the actions or behavior of globalists like Bill Gates as a genuine concern for their fellow man.

Medicine’s motto is “dope and cope”

How could I be so against medicine? I must have had a bad experience—a really bad experience—and you would be correct. My sister, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, became a medical experiment for numerous drugs, infusions, and treatments that were “proven” through “studies” that appeared in the most prestigious journals. Her team of smiley doctors (all female) was full of “optimism” and “hope” of their recommendations. They pricked her, sliced her, diced her, and injected her with some of the most carcinogenic substances known to man. No recommendations of theirs did we refuse, and not even three years later, she was gone, at the age of 31.

The suffering she went through, not from the cancer but from the doctors who treated her, who swore an oath to do her no harm, was so deceptive, needless, and barbaric that you can say my opinion on medicine has become biased. I have absolutely no doubt that I could have constructed a treatment plan for her from basic food ingredients in the kitchen cupboard that would have reduced her suffering by over 90% and perhaps even prolonged her life, because three years is not a long time, and in hindsight, doing absolutely nothing would have given me more positive memories of her in her last days than the personal anguish I still feel for not advising her correctly on how to face this disease, but how could I have done so when I had no faith in Jesus Christ to put her illness in context?

At least I was by her side when she died, along with my mother and father. I know my presence comforted her before she departed this world, but if tomorrow I am in her position and reach the end of my life in a hospital, my parents would not be by my side because of demented hospital rules that forbid it. In the name of halting the spread of coronavirus, which from my lying eyes and ears appears to be a bad flu that is an incredibly useful tool to establishing a worldwide scientific dictatorship, my own parents would not be able to comfort me as a lay dying on a hospital bed while connected to the med-tech machinery of computers, sensors, pumps, and breathing machines. Even if I have a wife and children, they would not be able to console me. I would be forced to die alone as if I were alone, because I guarantee no doctor or nurse would stroke my hand as I take my last medically-assisted breath.

I talked to a priest who told me the story of going to a hospital to give one final communion to a dying parishioner. He went prepared with a face mask, but the security guard would not let him in due to “rules.” A heartfelt attempt at having compassion for the dying was met with a threat that the police would be called. The parishioner died without a man of God to pray for his soul.

If I suddenly approach death’s door, I challenge you to convince me to call 911 for an ambulance. Convince me to get admitted to a hospital with nurses who may prefer making TikTok videos over changing my bedsheets, who would be relieved to discover that there are no friends and relatives of mine who can ask questions, test their treatment decisions, and confirm that I’m receiving an appropriate level of care. In my incapacitated, drugged-up state, would I be able to protest? Would they even listen to my complaints or would it be easier to tie me to the bed? Would I be allowed to escape the hospital prison and die on my own terms instead of theirs? Or would my death be managed as per the standards of modern care, which is now what the prompts on the computer screen by your bedside tell them to do, a decision tree no doubt approved by the insurance companies, so they can end your life without fear of lawsuits while the coronavirus numbers can be juiced further for the hospital to receive a big fat check from the government?

I choose not to die in a hospital

I don’t trust the last days of my life in the hands of doctors and nurses. Whatever consciousness that remains in me without medical aid I will dedicate to repenting and glorifying my Creator. It’s for that reason that my life expectancy has dropped. I have no ailment and am in fine health for my age, but I will not be admitted to the hospital. I will not be intubated, undergo open-heart surgery, or receive the same toxic chemotherapy drugs as my beloved sister. If I am struck down by the hands of fate, of which only God knows the when and how, I will die in my own bed, beside my family, and I will receive one last communion from my priest who cares about my soul.

I’ve been to several hospitals and noticed that many of them were established as explicit Christian charities. Relics of those foundings can be seen in the occasional Bible verse displayed on the walls, but when you walk into a hospital administrator’s office today, or you peek into the cubicles of the nurses and doctors who practice there, you will see not the God of the Cross but the gods of technology, silver, and gold. Medical care is a big business that is controlled by big interests, and the token displays of Christianity you witness are just to appease the few faithful remaining in this country who feel hesitant to be chopped up by human hands instead of trusting the hands of God.

Good can only come from God, and if an entire industry is advancing without God, as medicine has been during our lifetimes, I don’t see much good in it besides the boring but effective treatments of hip replacement, eye cataract surgery, and removal of warts. If you’re afflicted by something that merely annoys you, perhaps a visit to the doctor couldn’t hurt since you will make a decision for your care that is clear-headed and not based on your fear of death, but if your life is at stake, and you ask a doctor to lay hands upon you, you will get the worst of what medicine can provide simply to keep your body alive when God Himself had already decided that what you need to do is repent and get ready for your next life.

It is possible that I may die sooner than my parents because I refuse to get butchered by doctors only to die alone in the end, but I can’t help but consider the benefit to my soul. As I write this, I know that I can be struck down at any moment. No med-tech torture device or genetic therapy injection will save me. I may not have much time to even say goodbye to those I love when the angel of death comes to take me, so believe me when I say that I make my peace with God every single night. Not one goes by that I don’t ask him to forgive me for my sins, because when the end comes, I only want to be comforted and embraced by the love of God who created me, not the sterile gloved hands of a doctor who wants to dope me up to the point where I don’t even know what is happening to me, all under the guise of making me feel a false “comfort.” Only God can give me comfort. Only He can help me face my death. And only He can prepare my body to be resurrected in the age to come.

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Wow. Talk about content timing. This piece really helped solidify a decision being made right now.

Let us all make our "peace with God every single night," and praise Him every single day.

Stay strong, Roosh.
God Bless.

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The fix has been in since the beginning. The AMA was founded to promote allopathic medicine based on surgery and medications, and to discredit homeopathic medical schools and other natural-based treatments. Prior to this time, there were an equal number of respected homeopathic medical schools and physicians to the allopaths. The Rockefeller and Carnegie funded Flexner Report was also part of the Great Reset of American medicine, if you will. (Business tycoons molding the medical industry for their own profit...hmm.)

In short order, the non-Flexner approved schools were shut down and only AMA approved physicians could obtain licensure. This fabricated shortage of physicians increased their wealth greatly, as did the allopathic regime of expensive surgeries and chemicals. Why cure someone if you can "treat" them for years?

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The fix has been in since the beginning. The AMA was founded to promote allopathic medicine based on surgery and medications, and to discredit homeopathic medical schools and other natural-based treatments. Prior to this time, there were an equal number of respected homeopathic medical schools and physicians to the allopaths. The Rockefeller and Carnegie funded Flexner Report was also part of the Great Reset of American medicine, if you will. (Business tycoons molding the medical industry for their own profit...hmm.)

In short order, the non-Flexner approved schools were shut down and only AMA approved physicians could obtain licensure. This fabricated shortage of physicians increased their wealth greatly, as did the allopathic regime of expensive surgeries and chemicals. Why cure someone if you can "treat" them for years?

Very well put, and I can confirm. Just finished a book called "Rockefeller Medicine Men" that detailed this exact process.

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I know getting my yearly physical two weeks ago the system seemed broken -- the doctor's office had lost my medical records in a merger apparently, not knowing even what my birth date was. The nurses seemed absent (doing tik tok videos somewhere presumably?) and the cholesterol meds they put me on made me feel sick. I'm now opting for fish oil and vitamin D over the meds. To cap it all off the doc was of course pushing I get the vaccine asap. No thanks.

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My mom got breast cancer in the early 90s, and opted for 6 week radiation therapy and chinese homeopathic medicine. It worked, she's still alive decades later. At the time, she and my dad (a PhD in another field) went to the local university to do some research on the subject, the papers in the early 90s showed that chemotherapy's effect was basically statistical noise.

Shocker of shocker, it is still the #1 recommendation for breast cancer. Most people I know of who have used it, have died rather quickly.

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Modern medicine just like the modern world is anathema.

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The irony is you will probably extend and increase the quality of your life by avoiding western doctors and their pills.

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Progress is a race to the bottom.

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Well, we've been saying this for some time now. How far can you take all this diversity and inclusion and equity until you're the one the diversity hire has to work on. I understand that the "elites" can still afford and get the best healthcare available. But, that curve is still impacted. They still have to draw the exceptional doctors from a tainted pool all the same. How many Asian or White students are passed over on an ACT basis or just on a quota basis while a female or black person gets admitted over them.

The other argument might go like this...well, due to systemic isms and ists, how do we know that a black or female doctor might end up curing a major disease. And so, this rouse leaves you hanging. "I know...what if"? You say. But, all things being equal we must look at the odds, which say, a mediocre doctor is less likely to cure a major disease, whereas, an exceptional or even a better than average doctor stands a much greater chance of curing something.

Its like duh.

I was listening to Victor Davis Hansen, again, over the weekend and he touched on the inversion of merit phenomenon occurring. How good are we all going to feel when the person flying the airplane, *driving the container ship, prescribing a treatment, building that component etc are mostly compromised of the lesser qualified person?

Hate to say this, but, we're not heading there, we're there. Check me if I'm wrong, but, wasn't the person who ran around in the Suez Canal a female and, therefore, a "diversity" hire? Think of all the money being lost right now. Another observation from Dr. Hansen was the dilution of the title or station in life. If you drop standards than sure more people can become a doctor, pilot, Marine, engineer etc. But, if more people can become these sorts of things than that thing loses its appeal. If everyone can do it than there's no real value in it.

This gets personal with me. I'm a Marine and an officer. This will surely evoke a rightful response from any of the enlisted Marines here at RV Forum, but, regardless of how silly and moto your second lieutenant might have been, officer selection for the Marines is was very very very selective. Between candidates being kicked out and quitting the attrition rate is quite high. Well over 50% and I believe its closer to 75. I'm proud of what I did. But, I'm not as proud any longer. As it is with container ship helmsman or captains, there's this incessant push to put "other" people in those positions. Females are big here. And while they can boast about being a military officer and all that, they're blind to the fact that what is happening above in medical schools is happening in the military too i.e. substituting quality for ideology.

This dilutes the value of the title and institution. The Marines were all about the "Few and the..." or "We need a few good men". The message was one of exclusivity and it worked because it spoke to the competitive nature of males. Why settle for second best and all that. Today, the Marines along with the rest of the military is more like McDonalds...accessible to anyone anytime. If a female can do it than what's so special?

While I was at OCS in the late 90s there was a female platoon, I've written about this, if there was ever an incident that solidified both my convictions in male to female innate and unchangeable differences plus the sense of real accomplishment I had it was OCS juniors. Literally not one female survived. They all quit and got hurt. There were 3 good solid females who were "priors" meaning they were already Marines, that made it. And they were dark green. Good gals, to be honest with you. But, the "girl next door" they were not and the "girl next door" couldn't survive more than a day at Quantico. I know, I saw it.

After completing my training I felt very accomplished. And I earned it. I also knew that what I did truly most people cannot and especially women more than anyone.

But, that's all over and because they cried they got their way. I've seen men break down and cry to their instructors and even the colonel. "This mission isn't for everyone" was the deadpan response they got back. Such sobering words underscored the severity of where we really were. It might have been abstract, but, you could have written it in stone it seemed so absolute and unquestionable. Yet, it was questioned and it was proven to be fungible. You can cry and get your way even in the most competitive corners of the US Military. And, from the looks of it, medical school.

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I am very much with you on this.
One of my biggest problems is that doctors (and even nurses) don't LISTEN to you. They insist that they know better.
When I was 19 and pregnant with my first baby, my water broke. It didn't break all in one gush; but dribbled out semi-continuously. My registered nurse-midwife told me it wasn't amniotic fluid. I leaked for three days before going back to have her tell me, "Oh, it actually IS amniotic fluid" (which of course I knew all along) "you've got to get to the hospital and get induced immediately... the baby's been exposed to bacteria all this time!"

This was the first of many experiences that have left me having very, very little trust in the medical field, outside of surgeons and, like you said, simple things like wart removal.

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My feelings towards doctors are mixed. I respect what they do to an extent, but I don't respect them entirely, and as I'm getting older my respect is waning

  • I work at a university, I know many pre-med students, and I'm not impressed -- their idea of learning is by rote and routine and are pathologic cheaters (no offense to Roosh who used to be a pre-med student)
  • Full on medical students are by and large some of the most amoral, two-faced snakes to interact with
  • When I have gone to doctors, it's a matter of "let's try this medicine". About two and a half years ago, I had trouble sleeping, so I went to a doctor to see what they can recommend: I was given an antidepressant, which I stopped because it brought about a slew of other issues which were worse than my inability to sleep.
  • There was a scandal a few years ago in Japan, when med school exams were "rigged" to limit entry of female students. Of course, the Western mainstream media created an uproar, and Japanese society was evil and misogynist. The universities were forced to apologize, but they were on to something for limiting female entry. It's fairly common for women to either quit med school or put their career on hold indefinitely. That's a crappy thing to do --- that spot at the university could've been filled by an equally or more qualified student. The Japanese were being very realistic here
  • I have a relative now, she's almost 100 years old, and hospitalized. No one is allowed to visit her because of this FLU, despite feeling desperately alone and depressed. Her body is frail but her mind is still 100% sharp, she hasn't seen her daughter or grandchildren in days, and misses everyone. How do doctors follow these policies and sleep at night? I've come to the conclusion that becoming a doctor requires some degree of psychopathy

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At least in the US, you can choose your doctor or surgeon. In Canada where you have socialized medicine, you are forced to take the surgeon or specialist that you are given. Even if you don't like them or they are obviously incompetent, you are stuck with them. Imagine needing open heart surgery and you're given a diversity hire. Too bad! You're stuck with her.

Socialized medicine doesn't reward you for doing a good job because you'll get patients no matter what. This created the system where doctors loved the lockdowns because they had the opportunity to see less patients in a day. They were paid the same, but now had to deal with less people. Also, in a socialized system, doctors cannot reject the patient for any reason. As a result, hospitals are stacked full of rude, old immigrant patients, which doctors hate treating, but cannot do anything about it.

As a result, you have this bizarre system where the most qualified surgeons end up doing cosmetic and elective procedures because they can run private clinics. The less qualified surgeons end up doing "generalized medicine" (i.e. life saving surgery). This is why any Canadian that has money will travel to the US for surgical work.

Of course, this is why the left in the US wants socialized medicine so much.

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I would say that trauma is still very valuable, but apart from that there is not much about modern medicine that is not all about profit, and totally corrupted as a result. (and political/ideological issues are involved also)

The worst parts of modern medicine would be the way that we address the major diseases of civilization, like cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes type 2, autoimmunity, mental illness etc. They are all a consequence to a very large extent of our modern lifestyle. Diet, exercise, sleep, circadian rhythms, sun exposure, social interaction are all parts of the cause of both health and a lack thereof. I think that the closer we can get to our genetic adaptation, the closer we are to optimal health, and vice versa. When you consume an industrial diet, sit on your ass all day, sleep too little and at the wrong time of day/night, never get any sunlight and have few social interactions...well you can`t expect to be healthy.

I would say that the best approach based on all the data that I`ve seen over the years would be to, as closely as possible, emulate our ancestral environment in terms of all these factors mentioned. If you do that, and at the same time apply the best parts of modern medicine, you have a good template for ideal health. That would be a paleo type diet, moderate amounts of physical activity, (outdoors ideally) sleeping at night and for the time that it takes to get rested, getting some sun again and having meaningful relationships also.

There is a lot that could be done in terms of cancer for example using modern technology, that is not being promoted much. (mostly due to the monetary part again) Doing things like OMAD, exogenous ketones, keto-paleo diet, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and kinase inhibitors (in use today) all together could really yield some results I think. But the preventative part is more important, and they are basically the same with a few extra treatments added that have little effect of the lifestyle of the patient in the case of diagnosed cancer treatment. I.e. they don`t cause pain and suffering and have basically all positive side effects. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4278638/

...In the end, I think that the best way to die when your time has come is to simply walk out into nature and meet you maker that way. That is what I hope to do when the time arrives, and if it`s within my grasp. Dying in a modern hospital or nursing home seems like a nightmare, and I have witnessed it several times with close relatives.

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  • I have a relative now, she's almost 100 years old, and hospitalized. No one is allowed to visit her because of this FLU, despite feeling desperately alone and depressed. Her body is frail but her mind is still 100% sharp, she hasn't seen her daughter or grandchildren in days, and misses everyone. How do doctors follow these policies and sleep at night? I've come to the conclusion that becoming a doctor requires some degree of psychopathy

I know an 83 year old who recently went into a nursing home. She is under a two-week period of solitary confinement and is extremely depressed. This is despite everyone in the nursing home being "vaccinated"

Protect the elderly!!!!!111

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The medical quote I live by goes: "There are two types of doctors: the ones who kill you, and the ones who help you die."
I'm sorry about your sister's loss. Eternal be her memory.

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Of course, why do you think they try to brainwash us with shows like Grey's anatomy, House, Scrubs, etc... They are trying to use propaganda to show that doctor's really do care about us and are the smartest amongst us, when in reality, I think they could be the dumbest and most wicked, being paid off by big pharma to push their pills onto patients.

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when in reality, I think they could be the dumbest and most wicked, being paid off by big pharma to push their pills onto patients.

They're just midwits. The average IQ of med school students is just a couple points above the average of all college grads, putting them right in the middle of the midwit category.

These are the kind of people that believe any kind of propaganda as long as it's backed up by "studies", because they're insecure in their intelligence and want to be validated by agreeing with the "experts". They're the kind of people that became athiests because a meme claimed that 99% of scientists are athiest.

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This post is right on target about scientism coming to false conclusions based on a faulty epistemology.

I do everything I can to avoid the American medical system. I go to Mexico where they don’t automatically prescribe medications. Mexico also has traditional natural healers, and they aren’t persecuted or shut down like they would be is the United States.

The “Covid pandemic” highlights the madness of the system. The virus is most deadly for people who are obese and barely noticed by the average person. Yet, the solution is to inoculate every person on earth with an unproven vaccine. Nobody is ever asked to loose weight. The obese are prescribed pills to manage their blood pressure.

As for dying, they will pump you with drugs so you won’t die consciously. I have seen it happen with my own loved ones.

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