URGENT HEALTH BULLETIN, submitted by anc823. Nothing screams, "I'M A REAL DOCTOR AND I KNOW WHAT'S BEST FOR YOU SO STOP TAKING THAT GODDAMN MEDICINE!" better than "I HAVEN'T HAD WATER IN 20 YEARS!!!" This site is all about a revolutionary new way of living that apparently entails never thinking about your health. I've been practicing this lifestyle for a while now, which is probably why I'm going to die at age 25 after my body completely explodes in some sort of diabetic supernova. But nonetheless, William Campbell Douglass II, MD, soldiers on into the brave world of exposing the faults of common sense medicine, championing a world of Mountain Dew style extreme healthcare.

William Campbell Douglass II, MD, has been medicine's most famous 'maverick' for decades. Now, his no-holds-barred publication is gaining cult status among the well informed...

(April 2004) HE'S BEEN HOOTED AT and called a 'maverick' by the health establishment that fears him. But William Campbell Douglass II, MD, isn't a voice in the wilderness anymore.

I don't know about you, but I don't trust a doctor unless he gets hooted at and called a maverick by the corrupt medical establishment. You know, the same medical establishment that says that jamming syringes full of bacon grease into your eyeballs is a bad idea. They're wrong, and a healthy coating of bacon grease on your retinas lets you see in eleven dimensions.

– Josh "Livestock" Boruff (@Livestock)

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