Significant Misrepresentations: Mark Geier, David Geier & the Evolution of the Lupron Protocol (Part Three)
Kathleen has done it again. Having previously exposed the misrepresentation of David Geier’s academic affiliations in Part One and the misrepresentation of the Geier’s IRB approval in Part Two, we now get the misrepresentation of Precocious Puberty in Childhood (PPC) as something that is “very, very common” and the misrepresentation of a wide variety of “symptoms” as evidence of PCC to insurance companies who probably do not even know that they are actually funding a piece of research, a piece of research, moreover that has no board approval.
Then there is the misrepresentation practised by the parents on themselves as they convince themselves that their children have elevated levels of testosterone that need to be reduced using Lupron. Then they convince themselves that the radical alteration to their child’s mood and behaviour following this major interference with their hormones is some sort of cure for autism.
The most serious misrepresentation, though, is that practised on the children by Mark Geier, a doctor who abuses their trust to mis-diagnose and then mis-treat them. In this he is aided and abetted by close family members, particularly his son David, business partners and lawyers.
Mark and David Geier might need those lawyers if they are ever called to account for all their misrepresentations.