Brain Tumors Do Not Exist

From Jeff’s ADD Mind Blog

I am a brain surgeon. Well, let me clarify that. My area of expertise is brain surgery. This does not mean that I have any experience in the field of brain surgery.


However, using my first-hand experience at cutting things open (see this blog posting on slicing chicken breasts) and whatever facts I can discover (I found out that the brain has two hemispheres. Would you like me to show you?) I have declared myself an expert brain surgeon.


Based on this experience and knowledge I conclude that brain tumors do not exist. In all my years as a brain surgeon I have never encountered a brain tumor.


Please do not show me brain scan images. They are digital and, therefore, can easily be faked.


I do believe that the whole concept of “brain tumor” has been concocted by unscrupulous surgeons who see it as a way to justify ten hours (or more!) of very expensive and, therefore very lucrative, surgical procedures.

Sound familiar?

As an expert on all matters involving the brain I concur with Mr. Collier that A.D.D./A.D.H.D. does not exist.


The conclusion is obvious. Mr. Collier has as much experience in the field of A.D.D./A.D.H.D. as I do in the field of brain surgery. Therefore his pronouncements carry as much weight as my pronouncements.

Read the rest of the story at his entertaining, well-written blog. A great way to respond to the people who don’t have a clue about mental health or ADHD, have no medical or psychiatric training, yet claim to be able to pass judgment about the validity of a medical condition.

You may also want to read my blog posts Does ADD exist? How to answer this question. Part one and part two, where I give the polite and not so polite way to answer these questions plus clinical evidence of ADHD as a real condition.

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