Little respect for doctors
Steven B. Harris
sbharris at ix.netcom.com
Sat Jun 28 23:18:33 EST 1997
In <01bc83ff$0cd02d00$a70542d1 at default> "Marta McCoy"
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>> On 19 Jun 1997 01:40:15 GMT, sbharris at ix.netcom.com(Steven B.
>> >>>if you think its about helping people and the "hippocratic oath
>> >>> your on the very drugs you withold from your chronic pain
>> >>> (to cover your ass)
>>Let doctors continue to control antibiotics, which are really far
>> >more dangerous to the public safety. You should need a triplicate
>> >a doctor to buy amoxicillin, but as an adult you should be able to
>> >morphine at the liquor store on your own, no questions (but your
>> > My 2 cents.
>Curious as to why you think antibiotics are dangerous? I have no
>training and am wondering about your comment.
They are dangerous for the same reason that a pile of garbage
breeding rats is dangerous. Antibiotic resistant germs are a public
health hazard. You can say "no" to "drugs," but not multi-drug
resistant Staph bacteria. The government has not figured this out.
Steve Harris, M.D.
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