Skip to comments.The Pro-Diabetes Board Washington state targets modern medicine.
Posted on 03/17/2011 7:49:24 PM PDT by Eva
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According to this you would be right type 1 is more common in white people than other races.
Another thing that could be being done is by trying to kill off us carriers since type 1 does carry a genetic predisposition if they can kill us off before we breed then there will be less type 1’s?
That might be part of it, but Obamacare is actually about the redistribution of health care benefits from White to Black. There are mandates all through the the health care bill that implement this redistribution, including special minority boards that are to be appointed just for the purpose of making sure that communities of people who are traditionally under-served, receive a more equitable share of the health care dollars.
There is a mandate (maybe in the stimulus bill) that dictates that a certain percentage of seats on the boards of non-profit foundations be filled by members of the minority community. There are mandates for bike paths, jogging trails and all sorts of recreational facilities in Black communities, to be paid for with our health care dollars.
So, it was not surprising that the denial of the home monitoring device was another form of redistribution.
There is an awful lot in this article that should have made it a hot topic of conversation, but our “friends” from Colorado were determined not to allow that. Even the doctor from Colorado, was trying to turn this into a discussion of Type II diabetes.
I posted this article last night because I think that it is important, not just to people from Washington State, but to everyone. Some pro Obama shills tried to kill the thread last night by causing a lot of dissension and confusing the issue. So, I am going to try to re-invigorate the discussion.
WA state has it’s own health care board (aka: death panels) that were set up in preparation for single payer health care. The WSJ article explain about the board and the fact that the WA state health board has decided to deny coverage of diabetes home monitoring to adolescent, Type I diabetics.
The reason given is that it is unproven that the frequent monitoring is beneficial. What the state board means is that the monitoring is not beneficial to Type II diabetics.
The kicker is that Type I hits predominantly Whites and Type II hits predominantly Blacks and other minorities. So, our state health board is essentially denying treatment to White children. Could this be a form of genocide? The state uses abortion to reduce the Black population, are they now going to use the denial of health services to reduce the White population?
Oh, by the way the ruling effects children covered by medicaid, State workers (SEIU contract workers) and prisoners.
Curing Type I is more complicated because there are several different causes, but by finding the cause the cure becomes simply a methodical process:
Its always worth the effort to do the cure, regardless of the research required.
Considering your resistance to facts, I have to conclude that you must be on the take in this process somehow.
Of course curing type I should be a priority, but denying the monitoring to children is unconscionable. I suppose they are denying the monitoring to adult type I, as well.
It is a significant fact that that type I is a predominantly White disease and that type II is predominantly Black and minority.
I have suffered from type 1 for over 40 years I can assure you I have no investment in pharma at all other than I owe my life to them. I am not resistant to facts and stay on the cutting edge of research as much as is beneficial to my health as in my doctor is affliated with Ohio state medical center but does not risk me since I have been a type 1 for so long. I will tell you once again.you do not know what you are talkking about with regards to type 1 and 99% of what you have said is not applicable to type 1’s.
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I agree with you on this.It is going to kill a lot of children by denying them the tools to live with type 1. I am lucky that I survived this long without having the treatments they do today.This basically turns the treatment of type 1 back to the 1960’s. You can’t use an insulin pump without being able to use testing before and after meals.
I’m sorry but the link your provided is not a good source of information on type 1 diabetes and is hocking a lot of what I’d call dangerous stuff for naural cures.
Thanks Wagglebee. I knew that I could count on you to help me spread the word on the article.
>> “but denying the monitoring to children is unconscionable” <<
The monitoring should be primarily urine testing, not meter testing. Stable habits are of far more value than monitoring.
Natural cures are the only cures there are.
No synthetic substance has ever cured anything, and they never will. Your body cannot use a synthetic substance to build new tissue; nucleic acid is necessary to build new cells, and it has to come from the tissues of plants and animals.
The page I linked is from the cutting edge in healing. They are successful in that endeavor because they are diligent, and observant, and do not hide in denial as you are doing.
You balk at admitting that you have squandered the chance to be healed by following the path of least resistance, and that is a common reaction, but one that a wise person will overcome.
Testing urine gives results of what ones BG was 12-15 hours ago not what it is right at the moment as needed when using bolus insulin.
You know you keep ranting on me about how much you know but once again everything you say is wrong about type 1.Has it ever occured to you that what you say someone could take literally and die because of it?
Don’t speak to me again I’ve had enough of your insults and totally wrong information about something I’ve dealt with most of my life. You don’t know a think about what you are saying and frankly most of the stuff you’ve said about type 1 is dangerous for anyone out there to try.
I was not attempting to insult you; I was trying to inspire you to save the rest of your life.
>> “Testing urine gives results of what ones BG was 12-15 hours ago” <<
Actually, no, it gives a moving average over the period between urinations.
A glucose peak will hit your kidneys in a minute or less, and the representation depends on how frequently you urinate.