Naturopathe qui a conseillé le bicarbonate de soude comme traitement anticancéreux interdit par un organisme de surveillance de la santé

Naturopathe qui a conseillé le bicarbonate de soude comme traitement anticancéreux interdit par un organisme de surveillance de la santé

octobre 10, 2019 0 Par admin

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An Australian naturopath who advised clients that their cancer was a fungal infection and could be cured using bicarbonate of soda has been banned from practicing for life by the New South Wales Health Care Complaints Commission. 

Barbara O’Neill, who ran a health retreat in New South Wales and charged up to $3100 (£1700) a week for treatments, was judged by the HCCC to be « misleading vulnerable people » with the « selective information » she gave. 

The investigation was launched after the HCCC received a slew of complaints between October 2018 and January about the advice O’Neill was promoting. 

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This included encouraging clients to remove food groups like fruit and carbohydrates from their diet and eschew traditional medical treatment for cancer, while instead using probiotics and bicarbonate wraps to treat their illness.

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O’Neill a également affirmé que les vaccins sont responsables d’une « épidémie » de « TDAH, autisme, épilepsie et mort subite » et que les antibiotiques sont à l’origine du cancer. p>                                                                                                                                                                                                           

L’enquête HCCC a révélé que M. O’Neill n’avait jamais été membre d’un organisme de santé agréé et possédait des qualifications universitaires « limitées » dans le domaine de la santé. span> p>                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Une plainte au sujet de sa conduite, citée dans l’arrêt HCCC, affirmait que les conseils diététiques pour bébés publiés sur le site Web personnel d’O’Neill pourraient potentiellement entraîner la mort. En réponse, O’Neill a déclaré à la HCCC que les directives ne reposaient pas sur des directives ou des preuves officielles, mais plutôt sur « sa propre expérience ». span> p>                                                                                                                                                                                                           

O’Neill a également affirmé qu’elle n’avait pas conseillé les clients, mais leur avait plutôt fourni des « informations », qui consistaient notamment à dire aux femmes enceintes de ne pas prendre d’antibiotiques pour le streptocoque B, au motif qu’aucun bébé n’avait décédé de la streptocoque B après sa naissance « . Pourtant les statistiques montrent que le stade précoce de la B-B a un taux de mortalité de 14% chez les nourrissons de moins de quatre semaines, un risque réduit de 80% en cas d’antibiotiques sont prises. p>                                                                                                                                                   

A pétition lancée par les » Amis de Barbara O’Neill « et appelant à l’abrogation du HCCC la décision a maintenant atteint 36 000 signatures au moment de la rédaction. span> p>                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           div>                                                                                                                                                                           

            

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