Re: Dr. Shoemaker's Treatment Protocol-Yes, he's a Quack!
Posted by Gary Rosen, Ph.D. on 9/21/03
On 6/25/03, Greg Weatherman wrote:
> John Codie and FF;
> Mr. or Ms. Elliot obviously does not have good reading
> comprehension skills. I am reprinting a standard discalmer on
> the "Chronic Neurotoxins" website at the bottom of the page:
> No guarantees for a cure for any disease are implicitly or
> explicitly given to anyone. No single vision test can fully
> describe function of the visual system or conclusively indicate
> the presence or absence of neurotoxins or neurotoxicity.
> Diagnoses cannot be made and medications cannot be prescribed
> without seeing a physician in person.
> This common medical disclaimer is based on federal law enforced
> by the FDA.
> I have sent several customers to Dr. Shoemaker. I have not heard
> one of them say anything less than fantastic about his skill. I
> recently introduced him to a Microbiologist who has been working
> with toxic mold for 40 years (even though the toxic aspect was
> not known until the late 1960's in the research community).
> This PhD microbiologist's wife is a cardiologist holds a another
> Phd in physiology. He thinks Dr. Shoemaker is onto something.
> he has seen MD's come and go with their ideas. I'm not going to
> give his name because he is already deluged with requests.
> If you're going to slam someone in public forum where you may
> cause them professional or economic harm, you should think twice
> about a word called "slander".
> Also, it is typical for insurance to settle these types of cases
> you are describing because nutcases are not worth the expense of
> trying the case in court.
> I know a biocide manufacturer who was sued in NJ. A woman claimed
> the was unable to work as a model or have a normal relationship
> with her husband because whe was exposed to a glutaradehyde
> sterilant while working in a hospital. It was a chemical
> sensitivity claim. The company investigated. They found that
> she had only worked one day. She was a volunteer. She had
> nothing in the way of money where they could countersue to recoup
> the expenditures. The company was only using EPA label
> directions and OSHA PEL's. Science and the government were not
> looking at the "Sensitizer" issue (one of the EPA Toxicity test
> reflects this gap today). They decided to give her a small
> settlement so she would go away. These things really happen.
> So, For the sake of a good man, put up or shut up.
> Greg Weatherman
> Aerobiological Solutions Inc.
> Arlington VA, 22202
> On 6/24/03, johncodie wrote:
>> If you are going to slam a guy, could you be good enough to
>> identify the state, or federal court, perhaps judge that is
>> going to hear that settlement has been cleared from his court.
>> We want the truth. But we don't want people denied the same
>> rights. Just provide a start to the road map for success.
>> Don't leave everyone else hanging.
>> On 6/24/03, D. Elliot wrote:
>>> On 6/17/03, C J wrote:
>>>> Are there any MCSers who have tried Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker's
>>>> Treatment? I am concidering it and would love to hear from
>>>> anyone who has tried it or something similar already.THANKS!
>>> Ritchie doesn't know what he's doing. He prescribes this
>>> drug for a short period of time and doesn't know all of the
>>> ramnifications! Cholestyramine needs to be prescribed for at
>>> least 8 months to work in addition to other protocols. We
>>> are currently in a settlement with him. Don't trust him!
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