‘Trojan Horse’: New nanoparticle can prevent heart attacks by 'eating' artery blockages FROM THE INS

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    x1Heavy Road Train Member

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    No thanks.

    I just finished paying the dear cardiologist about 15000 and rising this month via insurance for his millions of dollars in nuclear scanning to show that there isnt anything going to happen with the heart. #### thing is a battleship holes and all.
     
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    On further thought reducing the Cardiologists problems to three forms at the last office visit which was meant to decide if there was anything to be done, there was one form with 5 life threatening heart issues that is possible in people. 3 of which is not compatible with life while the other two can be fixed with big time surgery. There was nothing on that particular form.

    He makes a very very good living when you consider the 40 or so patients in that waiting room to be seen the previous four visits I was there. Each one potentially tens of thousands in billable income if they had insurance at all. But if there was nothing for him to fix he has no time for you. Which is fair.

    If there was anything at all that would be a problem no amount of nano tools could get to it. Meaning the valves getting gummed up with trash from the body's cells. Just like clogged injectors in a big rig it will stop the heart just as good as anything over time if not treated. All of our days have a number, we cannot spend them chasing after wonder tech that will allow us to live to be 200. Not all of us need to live too many years. Its not worth it.
     
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    I recently went through all that also. Now, I know my heart is in perfect condition at least.
    My doctor must have been in on it, because she sent me to the specialist.
     
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    Well, that is certainly good news, although I can’t believe a Doctor would prescribe this treatment, as it is more of a cure than a treatment. I’ve learned over the years, doctors don’t want to cure any disease. They want you well enough to keep you ticking but just sick enough to have to keep coming back.
     
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    That has been a goal of mine. To quit going to doctors. Not quite just yet though, they have been fixing stuff that is fixable. The rest can be ######. The recent heart survey series was rather important. No one knew anything until the doc a few weeks ago shook his head and said, still aint nothing here. We already know some issues but I have nothing to do to fix anything. There is no point. However it was not all bad. Everyone from the insurers down to my regular doc now knows whats not. I might be able to change the policy to back off that particular coverage which is pretty pricey.

    One of the things the Arkansas Statehouse has done is complicate the situation with my nureo surgeon who retired. I will have to find another. The last visit I spent a couple of tests to see if there is carpal tunnel and yep both wrists have them. Mostly from driving and computer use. Its not enough now to be a problem but it will be when you consider off label medicines that have been outlawed by the statehouse in the last session. All of my doctors reacted to that problem by simply not prescribing what we know is helpful up until that time. They are not going to take on the state and explain to them why they should not lose their licenses over a nobody and a scrip.

    If I wanted to fix that issue? Move to another state without those kinds of laws. But no. We made a home here and frankly there is no point in anywhere else.
     
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    wow... if this nanoparticle will work as mentioned the scientist who made it must be Nobel prize candidate for next year.
     
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