On Mon, 7 Aug 2017 12:02:38 -0700, Bob Officer
Post by Bob Officer Post by Lu Post by Bob Officer Post by Dodgy is as dodgy does
" The pharmaceutical industry makes over one trillion dollars from
selling drugs for ongoing diseases.
That's a fact but the below is called an baseless opinion not based in
evidence or in false citations.
Pity after all these years you can't tell the difference between the three
Fact supported by evidence.
Opinions of what facts means weighted by experience and strength of
Opinions based on unsupported evidence, with little or no experience in the
field, or baseless or idle speculations.
Post by Dodgy is as dodgy does
These drugs may relieve symptoms, but they do not cure.
That is not based on evidence at all.
Still,working on the foot fungus that you can't seem to cure?
Gee, I heard that the drug companiesmake a cure for foot fungus?
Several it appears, since there are several different types of fungus,
there are several different treatments.
I agree with Dodgy.
Killing the fungus isn't a real cure.
Symptoms are nature's warning signs that something is wrong - the
fungus is a symptom. Merely killing "the messenger" does not create
I would use pharmaceutical drugs for a life-saving situation - this is
not to say there are no alternative cures, which there may be -
however, for life-saving situations whatever works is the main
However, foot fungus is not a life or death situation and therefore I
would look for alternatives.
Its all happening - right here, right now !!
Most Medical Information on Wikipedia is False
"The Council of Foreign Relations Mistakenly Proves the Largest
Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases Are Within the Most Highly Vaccinated
Newer and more pharmaceutical drugs at higher prices (of course!!)
brought to you by big pharma
More and more spin, hype, lies and propaganda to get wars going and
clamp down on people's freedoms
A "barrier of entry" protects the racket. In the unholy union between
the FDA and the drug companies, today it takes hundreds of millions of
dollars of "testing" to approve any substance for medical use. As the
long arm of the FDA seeks to regulate herbs and vitamins (and who
knows what else is on their wish list?) the issue of health is
increasingly one that only large corporations can play. The way the
FDA paved that road was a reinterpretation of its mission in the
1960s. Originally, they were charged with food and drug safety. Then
they appended the word "effective" to their charge, which the drug
companies initially fought, but subsequently perverted into a great
way of protecting the racket. All those alternative cancer treatments
are "safe" because they are harmless, unlike the mainstream
treatments, which are anything but "safe."
The final blow to homeopathy, however, was dealt by diversifying
robber barons, John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie in particular.
Rockefeller and Carnegie amassed enormous fortunes during the Gilded
Age, through ingenuity and ruthlessness. As they came to dominate
their respective industries, they branched out and became
philanthropists. Their philanthropy was more directed toward
social engineering than humanitarian activity. Rockefeller and
Carnegie exercised institutional control over American medicine.
The AMA worked hand-in-hand with Flexner, and government was soon a
player. State boards refused to license doctors that did not come
from AMA-approved schools. That interlocking institutional control
spelled the death knell for homeopathy. In 1900, there were 22
homeopathic colleges. In 1918, there were only seven. Homeopathic
colleges were not the only casualties of the institutional control
that Rockefeller, Carnegie, the AMA, licensing boards, and drug
companies would exercise over medicine. That process also closed most
medical schools for women and blacks. The AMA successfully kept
blacks out of medicine until the 1960s, with an effort led by Morris
Fishbein. The alleged strategy was bringing science and
education to medicine, but it was also obviously a power play to
consolidate wealth and power. Ironically, Rockefeller would not take
the drugs that his empire promoted. His personal physician was a
homeopath, and John D. lived to be nearly 100 years old.
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