'In spirit, Paul is very much alive. His strength and resilience is a legacy and a reminder to our family to remember who he was and where he
TOLEDO, Ohio, Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- In her new book, "Putting the Medical Profession on Notice!: Paul's Book" (published by AuthorHouse - http://www.authorhouse.com), Oleta J. Warren shares the tragic story of how her husband was misdiagnosed, overmedicated and carelessly treated under the watch of medical professionals, which led to his death. She sends out a warning: Consider alternatives to traditional health care because hospitals are more dangerous than you think.
"Let me tell you why the medical profession can be a serious threat to you," Oleta writes. "My precious loving husband Paul, and my soul mate for fourteen years was a person who touched hundreds of peoples' lives throughout his lifetime. He had his own life dramatically shortened by medical inadequacies and hostile attitudes! He was a man of excellent health at 81 years, and his biological age was perhaps 65 years or so."
According to Oleta, the trouble began when Paul was wrongfully diagnosed as having congestive heart failure and received treatment in an emergency room. He was administered blood thinners at diagnosis which only complicated the situation. A few months later it was discovered that his original problem was a simple acid reflux condition.
"For a man having a previous unique treatable thyroid disorder that required a specialist, he was ignored and deprived access to this specialist because of hospital regulations," Oleta writes. "Due to malnutrition and a misdiagnosis he ended up with vital organs failing for lack of nutrition, which resulted in using the ventilator, feeding tube, and finally the death warrant, dialysis! In plain English, he starved to death."
"He eventually became helpless on the dialysis machine relying on everyone else to care for him; a situation that he never would have wanted," she writes. "We knew many life threatening measures were used against our wishes and many we did not know about until it was too late. We are living in a dangerous time when we accept other people's decisions because we don't have time or the means to investigate."
Oleta believes that alternative treatments should be sought outside hospitals, which are under the powerful influence of drug companies. "There is no difference in the effect of drugs on the body, be it prescription or street drugs. They're all deadly sooner or later! The magic bullet in our society now is that drug companies have the upper hand even before the doctors. They use television to entice you to ask your doctor about a drug and its wonderful benefits to you. Isn't that just special!"
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