Friday, February 1, 2013

   "The War In Medicine"

    Continued from last post.

When I worked at a market research company we presented data
to our clients when we had a sample size of 35 interviews (it
is very expensive to do interviews). True, the population
size was only in the hundreds, but to have millions of people
in Group A and over 33,000 people in Group B, is a statistician's
dream come true. To look at the difference in spontaneous
remission percentages, for groups so large, yields the conclusion
that the hypothesis is far beyond ridiculous.

Thus, we will flatly, and hysterically, reject the hypothesis
that the Kelley and Binzel patients coincidentally went into
spontaneous remission.

(Note: Both Dr. Kelley and Dr. Binzel used treatment protocols
that were designed primarily to build the immune system, and
thus are slow-developing techniques for people who had been
on chemotherapy. This is because people with cancer have weak
immune systems to begin with (or else they would not have gotten
cancer in the first place), and chemotherapy severely damages
their immune system even more. Thus, to use a treatment technique
that depends on a newly rebuilt immune system can take several
or many months to work. I mention this because Kelley did not
count (in his statistics) his patients who died in the first
12-18 months of treatment, and Binzel did not count his patients
who died in the first 6-12 months of treatment. In short, these
patients were too far gone to be cured using a technique that
rebuilds the immune system and thus were not counted in their

Don't Let Your Woman Slip Away!


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