Reflections on the Forgotten Side of Medicine and frequently asked questions.
Thank you for letting us know more about you, Doctor. And, thank you, for your brave stand for medical truth and quality care.
I look forward to reading about the many future topics you mentioned.
Of all the substacks I read, I enjoy yours the most. You only post when you have something cogent to share and You do an excellent job of bridging the knowledge gap between lay people and professionals.
"Dermatology’s misguided crusade against the sun."
Doc, I hope if you get to address this topic you will also examine the role (or lack thereof) that sunscreens play in skin cancers. I have no scientific background, but when I look at the ingredients on my bottle of Coppertone Sport it sure doesn't look like a list of the Greatest Hits of Health and Well-Being. Is this another case of creating fear, pushing everyone toward a "remedy", only to have us find out later that the remedy was worse than the purported threat? That's my gut feeling, but I don't have the background to verify.
Your efforts and the efforts of thousands of courageous doctors like you have had enormous positive impacts. You have gotten the truth out to more and more people, even in the face of extreme censorship and attacks. Nothing can stop truth. I commend you for all you have done. It’s important you know that your actions work. You are succeeding in your mission. It’s human nature to dwell on negatives. But the positives far outweigh the negatives in terms of educating and enlightening people about this falsely inflated virus and it’s deadly “vaccines.“
I’m looking forward to reading every single post, doc. Really.
Your writings as a physician dealing with Covid not only convey a much needed perspective of rigorous honesty (sorely lacking within the halls of medicine as a whole), they also share an expression of heart space.
One grain of sand at a time 🙏.
C-ancers in our children
T-oxic legacies of history
Y-ears of lucrative lies
Yes I would become a paid subscriber, not for any special subscriber only, but because I like supporting the journalists/writers here who really delve into it without putting personality front and center.
Your philosophy in medicine is similar to my wife's, who retired from an alternative practice ten years ago to pause and heal.
I have appreciated the way you present information and am grateful to you for this substack.
So glad you decided to start posting on Substack. IMHO, you are the #1 Substack...I have learned more about the medical system and iatrogenesis from you than from anyone else. Your depth and breadth of knowledge, open-mindedness to so many different ideas, and obvious compassion for humanity are amazing. You are the only Substack I consistently read...also, I get the whole anonymity thing...my VAERS website (put up in May 2021 spurred by similar motivations) is completely anonymous.
Congrats Midwest Doc, on a year of solid work and amazing reach!
I look forward to reading more of it in the year ahead.
Laura Kragie MD biomedworks.substack.com
Thank you for being a light in all of this darkness.
I look forward to the next writings.
One topic I was wondering about is what people like you and the other critical doctors think about the future of those who would consider going into the medical field.
It seemed difficult enough for currently employed doctors to deal with the vaccine/mandate situation, and that's for people who already had a decade or more of professional experience.
Now it seems like almost all the schools have embraced the c-19 vax madness. How could people starting on the outside even have a chance? Could they even get placed in residencies, or even accepted into medical schools if they opposed these products? From a mere procedural standpoint, how would the application even be able to be completed if they refused to get the jabs.
What does this mean for the next generation of doctors? Are they all going to be Jordon Walker types?
Are there alternative routes? Different countries? Schools outside the mainstream?
In a matter of time, there may be the bird flu mRNA injectable products to contend with as well.
I fear I may have developed a grave and persistent cynicism with regard to doctors. The fact that I read your Substack gives me some hope that I might yet learn to trust one.
Where does one pledge? Thank you. I really appreciate honesty and wish I could find a local doctor who does not take insurance.
Happy anniversary AMD Substack. Solid and fascinating body of work. Always looking forward to your next article. Thank you.
You have restored my faith in humanity! Thank you! I will become a paid subscriber! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!