As we’ve reported in previous posts, one of our readers claims that, as someone in his late 70s, he was referred to Brooks for help with the frequency problem he was experiencing – he was having to get up 2 or 3 times a night to urinate; and that to quote from one of Brook’s letters to the referring GP – “I have recommended that he undergo a resection of the prostate.” (For which, incidentally, his fee was $3,2oo for less than an hour’s work.) And further that, “I have explained the risks snd complications.”
In other words, “I’ve explained that an inevitable consequence of this would be that his sex life would be largely ruined for the rest of his life, and although I haven’t got anything in writing to confirm this, he said he wouldn’t mind if his sex life was largely ruined for the rest of his life if he no longer had to get up 2 or 3 times a night to go to the toilet.”
Another of Brook’s lies???!!!
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P.S: As usual, a copy of this post has been sent to Brooks “for his information and comment,” using the email addresses we have for him – firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. We’ve sent him similar emails on at least 40 occasions and are yet to get a single acknowledgement, let alone a single reply. Of course, when push comes to shove, people like Brooks always deny that they’ve received any emails sent to them. Because of this, we prefer to deal with people who send themselves an email every week or so, just to confirm that any emails they have are working. Brooks is even on record as saying that his email addresses are set up so that emails sent to him by patients are “weeded out” so that he doesn’t receive them!!!