25th May 2024

Since the early 1900s, the medical industry has embraced the germ “theory” paradigm even though the scientific literature has not supported the concept of pathogens. With regard to stomach problems such as gastritis and ulcers it is no different and in this case the scapegoat is the bacteria Helicobacter pylori.

What is different this time is that we are supposed to believe that there was great resistance to the idea that one bacterium could cause stomach inflammation and even cancer. However, even before the alleged evidence was published in the medical journals in the 1980s and 1990s, ‘triple therapy’ started bringing in the revenue for the pharmaceutical industry. Unfortunately, drugs are now celebrated as the fix rather than addressing the underlying terrain through dietary and lifestyle measures.

Join me in this video of medical mythology which involves Nobel prizes, drug patents and a major chapter in the phoney war on germs. We expose the fatal flaws in the pivotal experiment that Dr Barry Marshall performed on himself as well as the claim that Koch’s postulates were fulfilled in a monkey study a few years later. There is even an unexpected link to the COVID-19 fraud and the start of the Ivermectin Games.


  1. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2005”, nobelprize.org
  2. Timeline of peptic ulcer disease and Helicobacter pylori”, Wikipedia (accessed 5 May 2024)
  3. Gastritis”, Wikipedia (accessed 5 May 2024)
  4. Why Pathogens Don’t Exist”, Dr Sam Bailey, 29 Apr 2023
  5. The Final Pandemic, Drs Mark & Samantha Bailey, 2024
  6. Attempt to fulfil Koch’s postulates for pyloric campylobacter”, Marshall et al., Medical Journal of Australia, 1985
  7. Koch’s Postulates’ at drsambailey.com
  8. Koch’s Postulates’ at ViroLIEgy.com
  9. Do health and science institutions have studies proving that bacteria CAUSE disease?”, Christine Massey, started 4 Dec 2021
  10. Can You Catch a Cold?, Daniel Roytas, 2024
  11. Inoculation of Rhesus Monkeys with Human Helicobacter pylori: A Long-term Investigation on Gastric Mucosa by Endoscopy”, Fukuda et al, Digestive Endoscopy, 1992
  12. Chapter 6 – Morphology and Ultrastructure” in Helicobacter pylori: Physiology and Genetics, 2001
  13. The Truth About Antibiotics”, Dr Sam Bailey, 21 Oct 2023
  14. The Ivermectin Games”, Dr Sam Bailey, 28 Apr 2024
  15. Terrain Therapy, Dr Ulric Williams/Dr Samantha Bailey, 2022
  16. Join Dr Sam’s Community here.
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  1. Oh C’mon Sam! Don’t let the truth get in the way of a stonking good story.

  2. My girlfriend had a sliver in her finger once. The next morning I had a sliver in my finger. Honest!
    Conclusion, slivers are caused by viruses.
    Where do I go to get my research grant?

  3. the importance of diet/ fasting can not be over stressed. thanks for mentioning this. another great video ✌😎👍 please keep up the good work!

  4. There should be a Nobel Prize created for people like Dr Sam who are exposing the lies and fraud in the medical industry. I look forward to getting her latest video as there is always something new to learn. Thank you Dr Sam.

  5. Great video again Dr. Sam.. I think that modern medicine is like the old hoodoo practitioner pointing the bones and then the belief of his victim in the ‘magic power’ of the hoodoo guy takes over causing sickness or even death. I have read that even total sceptics were caught out on that one – belief is very paradoxical in nature for opposites depend on each other..

  6. Good stuff, Sam. I agree that h. pylori is part of the normal gastric biome. There is an interesting relationship between gastric pH and h. pylori, though, in that the use of antacids, proton pump inhibitors, and similar drugs that increase gastric pH levels (thereby causing a _less_ acidic environment) will allow helicobacter overgrowth. While “it’s not nice to fool mother nature,” this becomes a case where the doctor gets fooled by enough bacterial overgrowth to register on the urea breath test, once considered to be the gold standard of h. pylori detection. There are, of course, many ways to abuse oneself through poor food/drink choices in such a way as to push h. pylori presence into the detectable range. Just as with a positive PCR test, these tests becomes useless and even dangerous to those being treated by our myopic medical establishment.
    On the other side of the coin, my patients with symptoms of gastritis have proven to respond quite well to addressing a biomechanical issue — mild hiatial intrusion. When pelvic torsion resulting in psoas muscle hypertonicity persists long enough, the psoas, which has tendinous insertions onto the crus of the diaphragm, can traction on that crus with sufficient force to stretch it into an “open” position much larger than is necessary for normal esophageal movement. That allows certain normal behaviors, such as eating a big meal and then bending over to tie one’s shoes, to push the cardiac region of the stomach part-way into the thorax. The resulting ability of stomach acid to follow gravity into the lower end of the esophagus can result in those pesky gastritis symptoms. Simply correcting the causal pelvic torsion, followed by tractioning the stomach inferiorward while the patient coughs the diagram superiorward, results in full symptomatic relief. For those who have chronic torsion issues, simply teaching them how simulataneously to “cough and yank” inferiorward on the stomach can allow them to keep the stomach completely out of the thorax on their own.
    As you know, MDs love to give dire warnings of esophageal varices and/or esophageal cancer if “heartburn” isn’t treated pharmaceutically. While such is theoretically possible in long term hiatial intrusion, biomechanical correction as described above is quite effective and without the inevitable side-effects caused by drugs. Such biomechanical correction, plus proper nutrition, gave rise in the US to a 25-year campaign, via the AMA’s Committee on Quackery (1965-1990), to contain and destroy the chiropractic profession. That $9 billion campaign resulted their being convicted — upheld even at the Supreme Court level — of conspiracy to commit Sherman Anti-Trust violations. The AMA and their brothers-in-drugs just couldn’t stand the massive loss of income caused by drug- and surgery-free treatment. What a shame. (GRIN)

  7. In addition to what Dr Sam said, I found the following to be helpful for clearing up gastritis …
    – Slippery Elm Powder — the stomach wall is coated with a sticky, protective gel giving it a chance to heal
    – Ginger tea (grated ginger) — the remaining pulp can be added to a meal later on
    – Aloe vera

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