Monday, December 10, 2012

Flashblind: patient exposes Dr. Paul Bernstein's policy of giving lots of X-rays, but concealing the results

Dr. Paul Bernstein, left, celebrates opening of the new Garfield center in San Diego. A large series of X-rays taken at this same building two weeks later, claims Bernstein, have not been released to the patient because they were "not saved digitally or on film." Apparently patients are radiated at Kaiser, and the results are used for no purpose at all, not even research.

Dr. Paul Bernstein has scruples. He often sets them aside to pull in the big bucks as Kaiser Permanente Medical Director in San Diego, but it seems to trouble him when he harms patients in pursuit of profits.

His latest book seems to be an effort to find doctors that are worse than he is. Ironically, he relied on the Freedom of Information Act to research the book, while he supports the falsification and concealment of Kaiser medical records.

San Diego Medical Director and Author Exposes Government Experiments in New Release
Hollywood Industry
August 01, 2012

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB)

Dr. Paul Bernstein will be introducing his newest, controversial release, Flashblind, in La Jolla, discussing the grim truth behind the work of fiction, as revealed in his extensive research via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

Flashblind, a medical thriller, brings to light the actual history of government sponsored radiation experiments on American citizens throughout the atomic age. Funded by the US Department of Energy--the same agency responsible for testing nuclear bombs--carefully guarded genetic research experiments were done in secret for decades.

Award-winning author and medical director for Kaiser Permenente in San Diego, Dr. Paul Bernstein will discuss this new and highly acclaimed novel, "Flashblind," at a book signing on Sunday, August 5, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at Warwick's at 7812 Girard Avenue, La Jolla. Here's another story about how Kaiser handles X-rays and reports.

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