Spreading cancer by procedure

Can you imagine spraying your internal organs with small pieces of cancer? That’s exactly what happens when mainstream medicine uses their dicing machine to grind away uterine fibroids. The procedure is called “laparoscopic power morcellation” and literally involves a spinning blade that disintegrates unwanted tissues into tiny particles. But where does the chaff go? It is spread liberally onto the liver, kidneys, intestinal walls and other abdominal organs. Some of this morcellated tissue can be cancerous and more or less falls where it may – like leaving the top off the blender. The FDA (Footdragging And Alibis) has basically admitted that this ungodly procedure spreads cancer but stopped way short of banning it by “gently discouraging it” (my words). The FDA (Fraud and Deception Allowed) is instructing the manufacturers of power morcellators to review their current product labeling for accurate risk information for patients and health care professionals. Yep, that’ll do the trick – NOT!morcellate

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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One Response to Spreading cancer by procedure

  1. Noorchashm says:

    Dear Mr. Stellpflug,
    Thank you for this important blog posting.
    The gynecological regulatory bodies, the AAGL and ACOG, have officially announced that morcellation is justified and can be continued by GYN surgeons. They released formal statements to this effect late last week. This is now an industry-wide act of professional negligence that is projected to cause the death of one in 350 women at the hands of minimally invasive GYN surgeons practicing morcellation. The FDA advisory was a very unique one, in that it is one of the rare instances when the agency has come close to regulating a medical practice. However, in light of the fact that the GYN surgeons are refusing to abandon the practice, the FDA itself is now party to the industry-wide negligence. I have formally requested that the FDA dissociate itself from this deadly harm to one in 350 unsuspecting women by placing an immediate recall on these devices. I have yet to hear back.
    I thank you for drawing attention to this issue on your blog.
    My very best,
    Hooman Noorchashm MD, PhD.

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