posted on Mar, 2 2015 @ 08:48 PM
Currently we live in a society that does not value its people. From considering our homeless to be disposable, our poor to not be worth a
living wage and our elderly and veterans, groups to be forgotten about. Take from that what you will, it's the truth.
Only speaking for the west, we live where the people going to school to become Doctors are doing so for one of two reasons:
1)They can afford to go in the first place, and become Doctors as it is a good return for their investment.
2)Because they really want to help people - which is an increasingly smaller group with each passing year.
As far as point #1, I have known a few Doctors who hate people(or at least openly loathe them), and have chosen their profession based on the pay and
perks it has the potential to provide. Some of them end up having their loans severely reduced, if they are willing to spend x number of years in a
community with a shortage of Doctors, which will fast-track them to the wealthy lifestyle they seek.
For point #2, I also know other people who dearly wish they could have been Doctors, and they were certainly intelligent enough to do so - however
they could not afford or did not qualify for loans to enable their schooling. So these truly caring folk who are passionate about helping people are
sadly not looking after your loved ones today, simply due to our system and the fact that money(or the lack of) determines everyone's place in life -
for better or for worse.
Until we live in a society, where people can choose a career based on what they dream of and have a passion for doing, and money is not a factor - in
the medical industry and every industry - we will never have the brightest and best - only the ones with deep pockets and the
connections that come with having grown up in a family of means.
It is what it is, and we created it, and desired to have a society that runs this way - and it will only get worse, as more and more people get left
out of the education loop altogether due to economic conditions.
Personally, I have had a couple of wrong diagnosis in my few years (and for simple things) - in an effort to solely to push this new medication or
that one it would seem. I finally found resolution, when I researched on my own, and passed my findings onto a new Doctor who listened instead of
pushing the free samples he was left with. The natural fix worked, in my case.
Whilst I will never proclaim that Doctors are not to be trusted and some are definitely very valuable in their capacity, I would consider that
Doctors receive perks for pushing certain medications, as we know this to be fact, not conspiracy.
The sole reason that natural cures are not allowed to co-exist within the medical industry is because there is no profit to be made from
The one thing I will agree with, is to take everything you read online with a grain of salt, and do your own research. Find a Doctor who
listens, if that is an option for you.