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Medicine knows.

Do not be fooled. Your doctor may not know, but the "powers that be" in Medicine know that heart disease is really a form of scurvy. These people have been suppressing the value of vitamin C since the late 1940s (coincidentally the time of Hitler). The medico-pharmaceutico complex makes between 50 billion and 100 billion dollars every year treating the symptoms of heart disease. It is a huge business.

Even worse, they know that most people who die from heart disease, and to a lesser extent cancer, die because of adverse reactions to the drugs prescribed by doctors or from complications after surgical procedures.

In other words, doctors and the medications they prescribe are not the fifth or sixth leading cause of death as the American Medical Association claims, doctors are the leading cause of death and disability!

Increase vitamin C intake, eliminate the drugs, and 100 Billion dollar industry would perish.

So what happens when people find out?

Date: 12/15/99 4:47 AM

RE: Message from Internet

A middle aged woman had a heart attack and was taken to the hospital. While on the operating table, she had a near death experience.

Seeing God, she asked Him if this was "it." God said, "No, I am sending you back. You have another 40 years, 2 months and 8 days to live."

Upon recovery, the woman decided to stay in the hospital and have a face lift, liposuction, breast augmentation, a tummy tuck, etc. She even had her hairdresser come to the hospital to change her hair color before she was released from the hospital. She figured that, since she had such a long life ahead of her, she had better make the most of it.

She left the hospital after all the operations, and while crossing the street she was hit by an ambulance and was immediately killed.

Arriving in front of God, the woman demanded, "I thought you said I had another forty years left to live. What happened?"

God replied, "I didn't recognize you."

Rhonda Santos International Sales Accounting Phone (713) 324-3596 Fax (713) 324-1097 e-mail