- 84 yo woman with severe Alzheimer's (didn't remember the doc after 15 minutes)
- 25 yo woman with stage 3 breast cancer spread to lungs, liver and bone
- 69 yo woman with osteoarthritis, super flat and painful feet
- 30 yo woman with painful ankles so bad not able to walk secondary to corticosteroid use
- 54 yo man with brain cancer
- 41 yo woman with severe depression, anxiety
- 36 yo man stated he was suicidal with a plan & we held him until authorities came - by law
- 60 yo man with diabetes type 2, celiac, 3 heart attacks, hypothyroidism and kidney disease
Yet it is powerful knowing that if we take some minor lifestyle steps, we can avoid many of these horrific health conditions.
Here I am typing that sentence and it is 1:34 am and I have Neurology at 8am.
Many professors state that medical school is the unhealthiest years of your life. Now I know see that loud and clear.
Since I gave bad news - let me end on good news.
In the last couple weeks I have seen patients with:
- horrific hayfever improve completely by using a homepathic remedy
- incessant coughing for 3 weeks, missing medical school lectures improved after 2 days of my treatment protocol - see this blog post
- infertile woman becoming fertile after cleansing - she emailed me today with that news.
- irritable, farting woman much better after a simple herbal tea we prescribed - her son said - "wow Mom - you are much nicer!"
I love medicine and am extremely happy that I am pursuing it. It has been a very tough and difficult road for myself and my family. In the end, I foresee it being quite beneficial emotionally, spiritually and financially.
Pursue your dreams - no matter what others think of them. They are your dreams. Just make them tangible - not out there and impossible to obtain. It is not healthy teasing yourself.
Make a goal, write it down and obtain it. Then go for the next one.
Live life well. You never know how long you're here on lovely planet Earth.