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Questioning Medicine that Cannot Recognize the Obvious

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 10, 2022 at 11:49

For this observer, the answer is best revealed by 'what do you think?' If it is not obvious, then asking for the credentials of the examiner may be indicated since the matter of one's personal health is at stake.
Civiliztion is targeted here, and not by mere ignorance of thousands of years of natural history; a more sinister situation is appearing in that humanity has allowed its rebellion to the Almighty Sovereign get away from the reality on the ground; science has been taken hostage and with it, indecencies are abounding and the mere questioning of which 'pronoun' one identifies to is going to project the insecurities of whether a proper diagnosis could be obtained; the prognosis will be further questionable, especially if significant treatment is required. This observer's answer is going to be to ask: what did the blood panel show?
In the final analysis, the true physiology has as its basis the basic genetics, no matter what 'modern' medicine tries to alter in the reality of genetics. As the Scripture says: life is in the blood; and the blood will never lie.

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