This is an incredible interview with Dr Paul Byrne and Bernice Jones, the mother of a 16 year-old who suffered a severe head injury and pronounced dead when he was still alive.
He was alive for a full 24 hours even though they were told he was dead and resisted the apnia procedure twice and intubation twice.
It all makes sense when you realize a healthy, fit young 16-year-old is worth $1-5m in organ transplants but he needs to be alive.
You cannot take organs from someone who is dead and put them into someone living.
The organ transplant business is worth $24bn a year.
A patient needing care and treatment costs money.
‘Living dead’ bring in huge amounts of money.
This goes on everywhere except Japan where their survival rates are 70%.
Please share this widely and more information on lifeguardianfoundation.
Their advice – do NOT fill in an organ donor card and say no to any apnia (suffocation) test for your relatives.