By Paul deParrie

By Paul deParrie When traditional ethics were the standards in the field of medicine, one could take comfort in the knowledge that doctors and medical institutions put the well-being of the patient above all else. Today, however, pagan ethics have pervaded the professions once properly called “the healing arts” turning doctors into social engineers and petty gods, and patients into unwitting guinea pigs. The results of this unwise change in direction are horrific and often hard to belirve but, also, all to real. * The “worth” of patients is evaluated before treatment * Body parts of “less valuable” people are harvested and used to keep those deemed more valuable alive. * The bodies of aborted babies are used in the production of everything from earrings to cosmetics. The author exposes the vile underbelly of modern medical ethics. This world of morbid pragmatism and blatant disregard for human life is one that none of us can no longer ignore.

213 Pages. Paperback