Medical Murder Ploys Rampant In Canada

“Imagine lying in some government-run hospital, or nursing home many years from now. Imagine languishing unattended for days in soiled sheets, suffering from hunger and thirst, covered with bed sores, your flesh aboil with untreated infections. Imagine living in fear of resentful, underpaid health aides who take out their anger on you and abuse you. And imagine spending your final moments on earth in the company of a government health care worker with a syringe, who injects you with a lethal cocktail.”  –  Whistleblower

Seniors, under a government-run system, “are routinely denied treatment for cancer, heart disease and other deadly illnesses,” many dying “in filthy, overcrowded hospitals or nursing homes, rife with pestilence, including the deadly, antibiotic-resistant superbugs.  Numerous horror stories of needed medical care intentionally denied reveal the stark reality of government-run health care worldwide.

“Caregiver serial killers probably may be responsible for more deaths each year than the transient sexual psychopath serial killers that receive much more public attention. Nevertheless, there has been little serious work profiling this group of murderers.”

The University of Alberta Abuse & Disability project is currently initiating a project to study this group.

Medical Murder Accounts performed by nurses, physicians, caregivers

The Arlene Berry Story – 2010 Update

Additional Reading:

Medical Murder in Canada



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