Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Health News: Physician Says that Swine Flu Vaccine Not for Everyone

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Prominent Physician Warns Americans to Be Cautious about Taking the Swine Flu Vaccine

Atlanta, GA – A prominent physician in Atlanta, Ga has issued a stern warning to the American people about being too quick to take the Swine flu vaccine. Dr. Elaina George, an Otolaryngologist out of Atlanta, has stated that there are questions patients should ask their doctors before taking the vaccine. Dr. George is not stating that Americans should not take the vaccine. But rather, she argues that the Swine flu is not as deadly as purported in the media and that the vaccine may not be suitable for all Americans.

Dr. George, who graduated from Princeton with First Lady Michelle Obama, argues that before taking the vaccine, you should ask the following questions:

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Monday, August 24, 2009

Medical News: Prominent Doctor Speaks on the Michael Jackson Case

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Prominent Black Physician Says Michael Jackson’s Doctor’s Actions were Inexcusable

Dr. Elaina George, an Otolaryngologist out of Atlanta, says that the doctor alleged to have killed Michael Jackson was not only unethical, but incredibly irresponsible in his choice of medications. Dr. Conrad Murray is subject to investigation after Jackson’s death was ruled a homicide in initial autopsy reports. But while many believe that Jackson’s death was an accidental occurrence, Dr. George states that the combination of drugs given to Jackson was almost likely to kill him.

“There was no way that harm would not have come to Mr. Jackson,” says Dr. George, who advocates for doctors on a regular basis. “It was beyond negligent to give him a mixture of three different kinds of sedatives, a muscle relaxant, an antidepressant in addition to Propofol, a general anesthetic that is only used in an operating room setting (because it can stop someone’s breathing). Each of these drugs by themselves can be lethal, but together it is a recipe that will almost definitely kill someone.”

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