5000 DIE EVERY YEAR FROM INFECTIONS ACQUIRED IN UK HOSPITALS


HOSPITAL INFECTIONS MAKE A 'SUBSTANTIAL CONTRIBUTION" TO ANOTHER 15,000 DEATHS

Shocking figures exposed in official report

The UK National Audit Office has highlighted yet again the astonishing dangers presented by "modern" medicine.

They show that some 100,000 patients acquire infections in UK hospitals every year, resulting in 5,000 deaths and making a "substantial contribution" to another 15,000 fatalities.

These figures also confirm a report in the London Daily Express which claimed a massive cover-up by hospitals of the dangers patients face in their care and the scale of the annual death toll. The fact that the cause of death is a hospital-acquired infection is being hidden from patients families and not mentioned on the death certficate.

One of the other problems highlighted is the so-called "super-bugs" which have mutated an immunity to many antibiotics because doctors have been prescribing them like confetti for so long. As a result, the bugs are no longer affected by them. Such an outcome has long been predicted by "alternative" healers and others who could see the obvious.

It is staggering to consider the attacks by the medical profession on "alternative" healing methods when figures prove that the dangers of being treated by the drug-cartel-controlled medical establishment can be extremely dangerous.

As another article on this website outlines, when it comes to the cause of death, American doctors are more dangerous than guns.

  • DOCTORS ARE MORE DANGEROUS THAN GUNS


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