Saturday, September 24, 2016
The mystery of Hillary's doctor
Jay Michaels reveals Dr. Lisa Bardack’s Faustian Bargain
When Dr. Lisa Bardack was asked to become Hillary Clinton’s personal physician in 2001, it had to have been a crowning moment in the career of the Mt. Kisco internist. Dr. Bardack could have anticipated little downside. She already had the responsibility -- and legal obligation under HIPAA -- to protect the privacy of her patient. She and her staff would have to be especially scrupulous in the case of a senator with presidential ambitions, but this should not have posed a serious problem.Unfortunately, Hillary Clinton corrupts everyone who serves her. And this year Bardack encountered difficulties she could not have foreseen in 2001:1. Clinton developed serious medical issues.2. The candidate was being videoed, not only during campaign stops, speeches, townhalls, and the rare press conference, but before and after events -- by individuals with cell phones who were under no obligation to obey orders given to servile journalists to turn off their cameras.3. The internet not only permitted the mass distribution of these videos and photos, but it enabled those who were curious to check Bardack’s reports against information available on reputable medical sites. It also enabled skeptical physicians to share their doubts with hundreds of thousands of readers.In July 2015, the Clinton campaign asked Bardack to give the candidate a clean bill of health. She was to disclose, selectively, some of her patient’s medical history. But the letter was not widely analyzed until after the disturbing September 11 video by Zdenek Gazda, the Zapruder of 2016. It was no longer possible to dismiss those asking questions about Hillary’s health as right-wing conspiracy theorists, and the campaign now requested a second letter from Dr. Bardack explaining the event. The physician duly issued a report on September 14. Now her real problems began.Let’s take a look at the two letters and some of questions doctors have asked about the diagnoses and treatment.
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One thing I find interesting about this is that the stonewalling and obfuscation of the Clinton campaign has allowed the speculation about her health reach levels far beyond that which would have been the case had they been forthcoming about it in the first place. I have spent some time reviewing the known facts and the possible other elements brought into the issue by some of the more thoughtful speculations, and have come to the conclusions that she has an inherited hypercoagulabilty disorder that caused the transverse sinus thrombosis, and that the Parkinsonian symptoms either preceded this or were a result of either the fall and concussion, in which case she might have suffered a basilar skull fracture resulting in the pituitary disorders and apparent abducens nerve injury, or that a clot shower from the transverse sinus thrombosis went to the region of the pituitary, hypothalamus, and midbrain, causing the same constellation of symptoms. This would involve clot fragments in the right cavernous sinus to damage the abducens nerve, pituitary and hypothalamus to cause panhypopituitarism, and the substantia nigra to cause the Parkinson's disease. The clot shower hypothesis has the benefit of explaining most of the symptoms with one event, so it meets the requirements of Occam's razor in offering the simplest explanation. So I'm going with either a fall and basilar skull fracture, or a clot shower with the primary disease being the hypercoagulabilty disorder.Post a Comment
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