Medical and Pharmaceutical Influence
The Conventional Approaches
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- Page 3: Homeopathic and Allopathic Approaches
The medical and pharmaceutical industries want you to believe that we are progressing. They want you to believe that we get closer and closer to a solution for our ailments as each day passes. The reality is another, however. Much is still unknown about the diseases that plague us today. Yes! There are millions upon millions of dollars thrown at researching diseases, causes, the workings of the human body, pathogens, etc. This research, regardless of what you hear on the news or other venues is in its infancy. We do know more than we did 20, 10, even 5 years ago, let’s agree on that. But we still don’t know anything. It’s as if we had started counting with out fingers, and have now evolved to our times tables. Our goal, however is differential equations. In other words, there is much to be discovered and the path that needs to be traveled is very, very long.
The very thing that they promise and provide as a solution kills thousands of people each year. Acetaminophine (Tylenol) and salicylic acid (aspirin) lead in being the most common overdose medications for people admitted into our ER’s. Think of any medication and you will find side effects associated with it. Most common will be liver and/or kidney damage, usually with prolonged use. C. difficile is a common type of “super bug” that is resistant to antibiotics and traditional methods for combating infections. But did you know that C. difficile acquires its resistance only after repeated exposures to antibiotics? What about all of the medications which have had to be pulled off of the market after being linked to deaths (most notably Vioxx in 2004).
We aren’t here to call and scream conspiracy. We don’t believe the pharmaceutical companies and medical institutions are out to get us and are simply preying on us. It is my honest opinion that most health care professionals, scientists, and representatives of other types are in this industry to help others. It is inevitable, however, to point out that they do benefit tremendously from our ailments.
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