The problem with removing a sick organs as done with the all-too common practices of removing tonsils, thyroid, gallbladder etc. is that the body NEEDS these organs for a purpose. The solution is not to remove the damaged organs, but identify the cause of why these organs are burdened - if there are toxins in the body damaging an organ, they will continue to damage the body, regardless of moving the primary damaged organ.
The problem is NEVER the organ, it is what is CAUSING disease in it.
It is rather logical isn't it. Pretty ironic that we need decades of so-called scientific studies to confirm something which anyone with a modicum of common sense understands.
A June 2018 study of over a million Danish children has added a compelling argument against removal of tonsils.
Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, results have compelled scientists to call for “renewed evaluation of alternatives” to this too-common procedure.
The impact of tonsil on future health outcomes was deemed “considerable.”
Children who had undergone tonsillectomies were found to have a nearly three-fold increase in the risk of developing certain diseases of the upper respiratory tract, including asthma, influenza, pneumonia, chronic bronchitis, and emphysema. Removal of adenoids in addition to tonsils more than quadrupled chances of developing allergies, inner-ear inflammation, and sinusitis.