Antibiotic resistance and Iatrogenic medicine's losing war on disease - "Superbugs" Book Review
Superbugs is a well-written deep-dive into the fascinating history of antibiotics and a glimpse into the frontline struggle of doctors and scientists versus some seriously nasty strains of infectious bacteria and fungus. The book is written by Dr. Matt McCarthy, a staff physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Sorry guys and gals, this is another doom and gloom book review! Lately, I've been reviewing some books about the very troubling and very real threats to your life and wellbeing perpetuated by Iatrogenic mainstream medicine and bad science. Taking these red pills about the monstrous betrayals of humanity committed by the institutions of sciences and medicine can be depressing but the antidepressant is action, in this book review we'll include some evidence-backed biohacks that you can and should implement to fortify yourself against this world rife with microscopic villains.
Resources & Science Mentioned
4:20 What is an antibiotic?
5:00 Antibiotic Resistance
11:02 Is Profit the Problem?
21:40 Informed Consent
24:40 The Placebo Effect
26:40 A Reason for Hope
31:48 The Circuitous Path to a Clinical Trial
33:20 The Ideal of Equipoise
37:25 Vignettes of Iatrogenic Medicine
45:00 Antibiotic Shortages
45:52 Lysins - A Promising Innovation?
48:34 Candida Auris
51:24 How to Protect Yourself from Antibiotic-Resistant Infections
1:01 :55 Conclusion
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