Distinguished medical professionals warn: beware the dangers of the hospital

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Author George Huber's new book claims that proficient concealment prevents lawsuits and kills patients

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Countless thousands of patients are killed every year through unintended medical errors.

Concealment is the name of the game in the medical industry. The first rule of medicine is supposed to be “do no harm”, but in reality it takes a back seat to “keep my job.” This has been the experience of author George Huber, as he explains in his revealing new book “Medical Madness: Meet the Golden Rule”.

Huber survived five surgeries in as many years with debilitating complications as a result of medical negligence, witnessing firsthand the lengths to which the industry will go to keep mistakes and incompetence hidden. Nearly everyone will depend on the medical community at some point, making awareness of the danger involved essential. Huber joins vocal Ivy League surgeon whistleblowers by providing a patient perspective.

“Countless thousands of patients are killed every year through unintended medical errors,” Huber said. “The Hospital can be a more dangerous place than anyone ever imagined.”

Huber’s book helps you understand the system of concealment for errors in the medical industry, and prepares you for when you inevitably become a patient.

Medical Madness: Meet the Golden Rule
By George Huber
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Google Books

About the author
George Huber is a retired educator and minister living in Florida who felt compelled by personal experience to draw attention to the abuses of trust that are too frequent within the medical industry.

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(317) 602-7137
ccainkar(at)bohlsengroup(dot)com

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