From the second the first dialyzer was invented by Abel, Rowntree, and Turner 115 years ago, it should have been clear that dialysis- which cleans the blood of most of the toxins that accumulate when the subject has kidney failure, was, at best, incomplete.
I am sure you are all wondering what’s been happening about the dialysis patient organizations- and, now, it seems that some dialysis clinics- are paying the health insurance premiums for dialysis patients. (I first discussed this issue here). There is a new complainant- it’s not just private insurance companies now.
Can you imagine what your life would be if your kidneys failed? You would probably be forced to give up your job (see below for more) and spend 3 days a week going back and forth to a dialysis clinic, where you would be hooked up to a machine for about 4 hours each time. And, you still would only have some of your kidney functions fixed, not all of them.
Taking that purple pill? Well… maybe it’s time to reconsider.
I admit it. I’ve never had a problem with acid reflux. Oh, sure, once or twice a year, when I was sick, it’s been a very short affliction. So, it’s easy for me to say stop. But, even if it’s not easy to say stop- I’m telling you STOP RIGHT NOW!
Do you know what it feels like to have a tremendous solution, one that can save lives, one that can make a difference to so many- and have to wait for the world to recognize the value of what you have?