If doctors wield the pen, why do they do it so differently from one place to another? Brenda Sirovich, another Dartmouth researcher, published a study last year that provided an important clue. She and her team surveyed some eight hundred primary-care physicians from high-cost cities (such as Las Vegas and New York), low-cost cities (such as Sacramento and Boise), and others in between. The researchers asked the physicians specifically how they would handle a variety of patient cases. It turned out that differences in decision-making emerged in only some kinds of cases. In situations in which the right thing to do was well established—for example, whether to recommend a mammogram for a fifty-year-old woman (the answer is yes)—physicians in high- and low-cost cities made the same decisions. But, in cases in which the science was unclear, some physicians pursued the maximum possible amount of testing and procedures; some pursued the minimum. And which kind of doctor they were depended on where they came from.
Why? Some of it could reflect differences in training. I remember when my wife brought our infant son Walker to visit his grandparents in Virginia, and he took a terrifying fall down a set of stairs. They drove him to the local community hospital in Alexandria. A CT scan showed that he had a tiny subdural hematoma—a small area of bleeding in the brain. During ten hours of observation, though, he was fine—eating, drinking, completely alert. I was a surgery resident then and had seen many cases like his. We observed each child in intensive care for at least twenty-four hours and got a repeat CT scan. That was how I’d been trained. But the doctor in Alexandria was going to send Walker home. That was how he’d been trained. Suppose things change for the worse? I asked him. It’s extremely unlikely, he said, and if anything changed Walker could always be brought back. I bullied the doctor into admitting him anyway. The next day, the scan and the patient were fine. And, looking in the textbooks, I learned that the doctor was right. Walker could have been managed safely either way.
There is something going on that is not being addressed. It is the ways that jewish people conduct business and negotiate . They always want a little extra or drive extra hard bargains , more than other cultures would do. After a time people’s collective memory brings this to the surface, recognize how they have been treated unfairly. True Jews were not allowed to own land, but they could always rent land and farm it . They always went to the businesses that were most lucrative. This is what I have gleaned from extensive reading. Only a small percentage of Jews are doing this and making a bad impression. It is part of the culture to behave this way. Apparently Jewish people are more intelligent. The only way I understand this could have happened is by selection. I read that this happened because Jewish people would always want a “smart” spouse. The less intelligent Jews , left the culture, became christian or other. This is why the Jewish populations is not increasing in the same way as the general population in Europe.
I have only scratched the surface. 100 books can be written about the facts of the deeds of the ‘jews’ and why for the sake of those *facts* there would be a considerable amount if animosity directed at the jew. Zooming out, the real problem is all the ancient mythologies driving foreign and domestic policy. These jews who are so obsessed with money and power undoubtedly could care less about it all, but take advantage of it to get what they want.
Rabi missed one and perhaps the most important reason why Jews are hated. Jews pray to G The Father, The Creator of all in a direct way: one on One. No one else.
Other religions belive you have go through something else or someone else (Jesus, Mohamed, Buddha, idols, etc) to get to G. The Father.
All other religions were made different to Judaism and to survive their leaders indoctrinate their followers (Catholic, Christians, Muslims, etc) and attack every Jewish principle, and Jews along the way, to justify their religion and their survival.
Praying directly to G The Father is impossible for most on this earth, except for the Jews that do so. All others are taught different and led to be antisemitic, anti G The Father, and worshipers of so many things.
I have a lot of Jewish ancestry and I fully support Israel, but the behavior of many Jews is really embarrassing, so much so that I keep my Jewish forbears to myself. People like Bernie Sanders and William Kristol are prime reasons why. How dare they call themselves Jews and be such traitors to Israel and their own people? Then you have clowns like the fat pigs at Gold and Silver Pawn in Las Vegas, on TV displaying their greed and gluttony, “Hardcore Pawn” in Detroit run by extremely obnoxious and greedy Jews…
Keep Jews like that off of Television and start running reality shows of Jewish doctors helping the poor for free, Jewish American patriots, Jewish athletes aiding the disabled, ANYTHING positive instead of this stream of greedy Jews and treasonous Jews and Communist Jews.