Hello Ruby 456. The calculation you bring up (150 deaths per year) is not mine. Its from Dr. Muramoto, M.D. It refers to deaths during the year 2001, and just in the U.S. where "bloodless medicine" is performed at a advanced level. There were approximately 6 millions JWs worldwide at that time. 150 x 6 = 900 worldwide deaths in 2001, and these are just deaths related to elective surgery without blood. They do not include deaths from trauma, blood disorders or childbirth. Actual numbers are certainly higher. The numbers have been presented at a major medical conference, and carefully reviewed by capable researchers working with AJWRB. They will stand up to scrutiny.
the 150 deaths per year are yours and not Dr Muramoto's (you need to say this explicitly in your article and in your comments otherwise you are misrepresenting his work). They may be based on Dr Muramoto's work but your calculations from his research are incorrect. I understand and sympathise with your motives but please get your figures corrected so we can focus on those who are most at risk according to Muramoto's work and warn them.