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What the Nurses Saw: An Investigation Into Systemic Medical Murders That Took Place in Hospitals During the COVID Panic and the Nurses Who Fought Back ... Their Patients (Medical System Corruption)

by Ken McCarthy

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This might be the most ignored story since the start of COVID.

Provides devastating facts about the last 3 years — as well as providing hope for the future.

We all saw endless news stories about how "COVID" was ravaging our hospital system, but almost no one listened to the nurses who were working in the hospitals at the time and speaking out on what was really happening... this book tells their story!

Did you know more than 90% of COVID deaths occurred in hospitals? This book explains why.

This is real-life documentation of how medical bureaucracy completely destroyed the traditional and well-established competent care in hospitals during COVID and how experienced nurses fought back against this system.

Harrowing stories about how our current hospital system works (or doesn't work), with valuable and practical advice on how to get the best care you can for yourself or your family members. ( )
  pmorrison1989 | Dec 11, 2023 |
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