(Mitch’s note: I wrote this article a couple of years and ago and given some of the articles I’ve been reading lately, I thought it still relevant. It ain’t about the healthcare, it’s all about how much money can be squeezed out of the sheeple. The links might be old but given what’s happening around us with the healthcare system, they still have value.)
“Cancer specialists are bracing themselves for publication of a research study that will challenge the way one of the commonest cancers is treated. The world’s biggest randomized trial of prostate cancer has found that the standard surgical treatment for the disease is ineffective. The study compared surgical removal of the prostate gland – radical prostatectomy – with “watchful waiting” (doing nothing). The results show that surgery did not extend life. A leading British specialist, who asked not to be named, said: “The only rational response to these results is, when presented with a patient with prostate cancer, is to do nothing.” The Independent
You have to be extremely careful these days entrusting the care of your health to the medical industry. And that’s exactly what it is, an industry. A damned profitable industry at that. And when profits are involved the sociopaths running this industry will do everything in their power to maximize said profits. This passage from that same article is telling:
“When the findings were presented at a meeting of the European Association of Urology in Paris in February, attended by 11,000 specialists from around the world, they were greeted with a stunned silence. One expert who attended the meeting said that while most research results are immediately transmitted by specialists in the audience using social media, “I did not see any urologists enthusiastically tweeting about [this one].”
Of course they weren’t. All they could see is huge piles of cash being snatched away from them. Given that prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men, treating it is a big business. Personally, I’m amazed that this study was even conducted, even more that the results were presented. Did you hear about this study? Of course you didn’t, this article is from a publication in the U.K. This would never be reported in the U.S. You see, the medical profession isn’t interested in you becoming healthy. There’s no money in that. They are interested in treating sickness. That’s where the money is.
Health isn’t profitable. Sickness is.
So what else are we being lied to about? How about cancer in general? Back in 2007, the New Scientist ran this in an article:
“It sounds almost too good to be true: a cheap and simple drug that kills almost all cancers by switching off their “immortality”. The drug, dichloroacetate (DCA), has already been used for years to treat rare metabolic disorders and so is known to be relatively safe. It also has no patent, meaning it could be manufactured for a fraction of the cost of newly developed drugs.
Evangelos Michelakis of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, and his colleagues tested DCA on human cells cultured outside the body and found that it killed lung, breast and brain cancer cells, but not healthy cells. Tumours in rats deliberately infected with human cancer also shrank drastically when they were fed DCA-laced water for several weeks.”
This is the pertinent sentence: “It also has no patent, meaning it could be manufactured for a fraction of the cost of newly developed drugs.” Have you heard about the miraculous properties of DCA when used to treat cancer? Nope, me either. It can’t be patented so there’s been little further interest or research in its possible curative powers because there’s no money in it. And that’s just one substance; there are a large number of substances and nutritional supplements that have huge promise not just in treating cancer and other diseases but also preventing them. That link above is an article in the same publication from 2011, I recommend reading it.
Why do you think the FDA has declared war on nutritional supplements and wants to regulate them? Because supplements make you healthier plain and simple. You’re taking money out of their pockets if you take the proper supplements like vitamin D3 and resveratrol. This can’t be allowed, so the FDA steps in and wants to regulate them out of existence.
Here’s something else we’ve been lied to about, skin cancers. Did you know that skin cancer rates are rising alarmingly? I imagine you’ve heard about that, it’s been widely reported. But what does the medical profession recommend? Sunscreen. Considering that most people trust doctors, take their advice seriously and use sunscreen, then why are skin cancers on the rise? I found an interesting little tidbit on Wikipedia about this:
“Some epidemiological studies indicate an increased risk of malignant melanoma for the sunscreen user. Despite these studies, no medical association has published recommendations to not use sunblock.”
Plus, if you don’t get enough unblocked sun, you can become vitamin D3 deficient. That has all kinds of health ramifications. Drinking vitamin D milk doesn’t help; the D used in milk is not vitamin D3. Hmmm, if I get enough sun and take the proper supplements, I’ll be healthier and avoid a whole host of ailments including cancer? Why whatever is my doctor going to do with all that free time when he’s not treating people his profession has been lying to all these years? I could give a rats ass. This post is getting kind of long, so I’m going to include some links for your reading pleasure.
Do you know what is one of the main building blocks of your brain? Cholesterol. Statin drugs cause dementia.
Taking blood pressure medication is almost always unnecessary and harmful to your health.
Tobacco use isn’t as bad for you as you think it is. Ignore the politically correct first paragraph.
Doctors kill more people than guns every year. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Now to give them their due, if you’ve had an accident and a body part you really like is hanging by a tendon, by all means go to the doctor. That’s the one thing they’re good at, reattaching body parts. Other than that, I’m staying the hell away from them.
If this article and the links I’ve provided haven’t opened your eyes to what has been done to each and every one of us by the medical industry on purpose, don’t expect me to come visit you in the hospital. I’ll be on the beach smoking a cig , drinking some fine Kentucky bourbon and getting a tan.
And getting healthier to boot.