NB Premier David Alward covers up C. difficile medical malpractice with fraudulent bowel cancer diagnosisCorruption, World news Thursday, June 6th, 2013
Have you been diagnosed with bowel cancer by a New Brunswick physician or did you have your bowel removed at a New Brunswick Canada hospital in the last 2 years? If you were diagnosed with bowel cancer and had your bowel removed you may have been a victim of the New Brunswick government. New Brunswick Premier David Alward and his government are guilty of a cover up – medical malpractice and resulting negligent homicide.
In 2011 Premier David Alward and his government covered up a C. difficile outbreak at their owned and operated hospitals – Horizon Health Network and the Vitalité Health Network. New Brunswick government hospitals and their physicians’ medical malpractice caused injury or death to patients under their care. David Alward’s hospitals professional negligence caused New Brunswickers to be injured and even die. He had the C difficile outbreak covered up to avoid pending lawsuits for medical malpractice and criminal negligence causing death. Canadian Criminal Code 220. Every person who by criminal negligence causes death to another person is guilty of an indictable offence and liable.
C difficile is only caused by over medicating a patient with antibiotics. When hospitals and physicians administer an antibiotic (fluoroquinolones, cephalosporins, clindamycin and penicillins) to treat an infection, the drug can destroy some of the normal, helpful bacteria in your intestines bowels) as well as the bacteria causing the illness. Without enough healthy bacteria, C. difficile can quickly grow out of control. Once established, C. difficile can produce toxins that attack the lining of the intestine (bowel). The toxins quickly destroys cells and produce patches (plaques) of inflammatory cells and decaying cellular debris inside the colon. The inflammatory cells encourage or promote the development of cancer cell growth and invasion. This is how Davaid Alward covered up the C. difficile outbreak. Because C. difficile destroys the bowels and produces inflammatory cells that foster cancer growth and proliferation David Alward and his government instructed government paid physicians to falsely diagnose patients with C. difficile as having bowel cancer. They then proceeded to remove the bowels of the patients stricken with the medical malpractice C. difficile. There was no need to remove anyone’s bowels as C. difficile is easily cured simply by taking the patient off of the antibiotics that caused the outbreak in the first place.
Today, unknown numbers of New Brunswickers, including my sister, are now totally dependent on the medical health care system because David Alward removed their bowels to cover up his hospitals’ medical malpractice. The extent of the outbreak has never been publicly known because the New Brunswick health authority refuses to disclose the specific number of cases of C. difficile. Why not? Charges of criminal negligence causing bodily harm or death can be filed against David Alward, his New Brunswick Hospitals and their medical malpractice physicians.
CBC News March 25, 2011 “N.B. confirms at least one case of C. difficile” http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/story/2011/03/25/nb-bacterial-infection-confirmed.html
And this is starting all over again this year – CBC News Jan 18, 2013 “Vitalité refuses to disclose C. difficile numbers” They refuse to disclose the numbers because they have been ordered by David Alward to shut up. How many more New Brunswick citizens will be falsely diagnosed as having bowel cancer and have them removed to cover up Premier David Alward’s hospitals medical malpractice C. difficile?