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From: kate (78.145.214.122)
Subject:         Re: for you to answer the question below about leah
Date: May 18, 2014 at 12:08 pm PST

In Reply to: for you to answer the question below about leah posted by dg on May 17, 2014 at 3:12 pm:

I see no further answers to give.

What stands out for me in this, is that I see Dr
Graham giving all the transparency he is able in the
circumstances, considering that none of us really
knows the truth except he. I had not read about
these patients until this thread.

Someone(?) posted a similar accusation last year
around a "girl who died". I did consider Dr G's
response evasive, in that he stated no-one had died
"whilst in his care".

I believe the stats he cites of "less than one in
ten thousand" deaths over his history of fasting
people.
Medically compared, this is an incredibly low-risk
undertaking. For example, when I had cataract
surgery in my late 40s, I was shocked when the
surgeon informed me (as obliged by law)that such a
simple, low-risk procedure carried a 3% risk of
"complication, including death"! I quickly pulled
myself together by self-assurance tha this was
likely elderly folks on lots of meds. The ops took
5 mins and were extremely successful.

Those undertaking fasting do so of freewill in the
knowledge of risks - and yes, I do see comparison
with medical death stats as very significant.

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