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Medical Industry Holding Back Cures for Major Diseases

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posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 02:23 PM
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Why?... because it's good for business!

Cancer, diabetes, heart disease and other treacherous illnesses maim or kill 200 innocent Americans a day, but virtually every single patient could have been saved with an inexpensive assortment of shots, pills, potions and therapies that doctors are well aware of -- but don't want you to know about.

That's the word from whistle- blowing cancer specialist Dr. Frederick "X," who says the "carnage in hospitals belies a conspiracy of greed so evil and complex that you'd have to attend medical school and train for years just to begin to comprehend it."

Mod edit due to being a cut/paste www.weeklyworldnews.com...
Mod Edit: Removed all caps title.


[edit on 10-9-2005 by ZeddicusZulZorander]

[edit on 1-10-2005 by Thomas Crowne]




posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 02:26 PM
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The caps police will tell you not to use them in the title or else


Thank you for your article, i do beleive that not only dont they want us well but they are trying to kill us.



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 02:32 PM
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i do beleive that not only dont they want us well but they are trying to kill us.


Gotta agree with you here. Population control is a big project by many in the NWO these days. Thanks for the heads up on the all caps....didn't even realize I had done that!!



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 02:46 PM
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"Just ask yourself: When was the last time a major celebrity, a national politician, a high-profile businessman or even any doctor you've known has died prematurely from any disease?

"The numbers are so small as to be statistically irrelevant. And they're small for a reason. Doctors have access to the cures you can't get.

"And politicians, celebrities and big businessmen are 'special cases' because of their influence and wealth.


He's more than a little off-balance here.

Is he really asking for someone (like me) to make a list of the many, many "higher profile" people who've succumbed to disease? Has he simply missed or ignored news reports and/or obituaries?

Are we also expected to believe that if a cure for diabetes was actually possible, that someone else wouldn't have blown the whistle? (you know, amongst the lab techs, clinical research associates, nurses...or are we meant to believe everyone is silenced?)

Does he realise that doctors work outside of the US, too? And these doctors are paid substantially less than US doctors? And who simply have nothing to gain from suppressing such cures?

Or is he just going with the 'Nobody outside of the US would know of these cures, either' line of thinking, too?

For someone to make such fantastic claims, we need more. Much more.

What he's given is an incredibly vague opinion piece with nothing at all to back it up.

Sorry, but that piece is nothing more than junk *shrug*.

Anyone can write similar articles. It just takes a little more than that to actually be credible, you know?



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 02:52 PM
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Anyone can write similar articles. It just takes a little more than that to actually be credible, you know?


I agree with you. And yes there are some celebrities who have succumbed to disease obviously, i.e. Reagan with Altzeimers, Michael Landon with Cancer, Rock Hudson with AIDS, etc.etc.....

To back up the articles' claims, I will do more research and post links to where the information was found!



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 02:54 PM
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Sounds good


Where's the original article, out of interest?



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 02:55 PM
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Hows this Tinkle?


better?




[edit on 10-9-2005 by magnito_student]



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by magnito_student
Why do you think they practically are offering Ambien for free on tv now? Because once you take it and then stop. You think you had problems sleeping before ya took it? Think again. You will either A. Not sleep or B. Call your Doctor for a prescription




Huh. I guess I was just one of the millions who took Ambien as directed, and never had a problem either coming off the drug, or returning to a regular sleep pattern.

With all due respect...the rest of your post was just more rhetoric


No backup, no evidence, just rhetoric.



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 05:02 PM
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i recently heard it said on one of the news shows that there is a NATURAL cure for almost every disease plaguing man today. sad, so sad that we would sacrifice human lives for the sake of buisness.



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 05:23 PM
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Originally posted by Kitsunegari
i recently heard it said on one of the news shows that there is a NATURAL cure for almost every disease plaguing man today. sad, so sad that we would sacrifice human lives for the sake of buisness.


It would be tragic indeed.

If it were true.

Alas, the Kevin Trudeaus of the world have made it very hard for the rest of us to take seriously claims of such magnitude, which are terribly easy to make, and yet so difficult to prove.

magnito,

Honestly? No


It'd be much better if we could actually get an understanding of why you feel this way; what have you read, or seen, to back up the site you quoted?

You're of course under no obligation to do this. But, you did ask



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 06:24 PM
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Tinkleflower i have no backup for that statement, i was flipping channels and saw some guy say that. i was just stating that i had heard it and that i didnt think it was very farfetched. Call me a hippie, but I'm a very earthy person and i do believe that most things have a natural remedy.



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 08:21 PM
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Originally posted by Kitsunegari
Tinkleflower i have no backup for that statement, i was flipping channels and saw some guy say that. i was just stating that i had heard it and that i didnt think it was very farfetched. Call me a hippie, but I'm a very earthy person and i do believe that most things have a natural remedy.


I'd like to believe that too, trust me (I'm one of the resident hippies too!...).

The thing is, we've known for centuries that sometimes, natural remedies just don't cut the mustard. Cancer, for example, has been with us for millenia; if there was a natural cure, doesn't it make more sense that amongst the millions who have experimented, that someone, somewhere would have found this magical, definitive cure, rather than believing it's only a recent discovery of the 20th century and it's being hidden from everyone? (what about other countries? many of whom have similar research facilities, but don't suffer the same politicolegal wars between government bodies and/or drug companies? Wouldn't they have touched on it, too?)

(This doesn't touch on the problem that cancer isn't caused by just one factor; that's a whole different elephant, so to speak).

Even before the political wars between pharmaceutical companies and the like, we've known that for some conditions, there just isn't much we can do in way of natural medicine... though there are many great things to have come from natural remedies (aspirin, for one thing).

This is actually a large part of why I don't buy into the whole "The Government is preventing you from being cured" accusation.

Very few diseases are actually really "new"; the sad truth is we've known about them for many years (often centuries), and we just have to face the fact that we can't cure everything naturally.

Hth clarify my position a bit



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 08:31 PM
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Originally posted by Tinkleflower
Sounds good


Where's the original article, out of interest?



www.weeklyworldnews.com...

I will refrain on commenting on how ridiculous this article is, being that I'm a member of the "multi-trillion-dollar industry."

Medical Monkeys, not just for snake oil vending anymore...



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 08:43 PM
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Originally posted by Mirthful Me

www.weeklyworldnews.com...


I wish I had an extra box of tissues to wipe off the monitor.

The...Weekly World News?!

Come ON! Darn it, I'm only an ignorant immigrant, and even I know the WWN is about as reliable as ..well..something not very reliable.

(My analogy button isn't working)

Xanax - with all due respect, the article was "questionable" in the first place...seeing the source, it's gone from "questionable" into "downright silly" territory. The amazing, unnamed Dr X.

Sorry.



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 09:30 PM
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Medical Industry Holding Back Cures for Major Diseases

What a great source, the Weekly World News, the supermarket rag!

This however is the way the establishment sometimes tells you the truth straight to your face and at the same time makes you think what you are reading is absurd. It is highly likely these words are the most concise things said medically and scientifically anywhere in the past 50 years.

When people actually cure cancer, and have the patients and the records to prove it, you can guarantee the medical mafia will move in with their goon squads and hysterical denunciations. Never mind that everything is sound, logical and true.



posted on Sep, 10 2005 @ 10:11 PM
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This brings to mind the story of the developer of the 100 MPG carburetor
and how BIG Auto purchased the rights and buried it for all eternity.

The same could hold true for a dedicated scientist making a breakthrough discovery
only to have it buried under the threat of legal action and worse if the truth
was ever disclosed.

Do we have proof? Maybe not.

Do we think there's enough financial incentive for it to be possible?

Certainly!



posted on Sep, 11 2005 @ 06:50 AM
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Originally posted by SkipShipman
It is highly likely these words are the most concise things said medically and scientifically anywhere in the past 50 years.


No, it's really really not likely at all. I'm unsure of the logic here.

You're saying that, basically, the WWN (and the interview) are more likely to be correct than thethousands of professional opinions of scientists, doctors and researchers around the world? Based upon a statement made by someone who (in all likelihood) doesn't exist at all?

Why wouldn't this man simply take his story outside the US? He'd be protected (there's enough anti-US feeling around the world to "buy" his protection, if such were needed, believe me), paid handsomely for his tale, and would be able to share his name, his background and indeed, shed light on his allegations by actually providing some evidence.

Having worked in the industry (I was, like Mirthful, part of the Evil Bad 3 Trillion Dollar Industry, along with being a patient advocate - I was also one of the lucky beggars who had to work against a particular drug company in a vicious and completely avoidable diet drug litigation debacle), I can only confirm what's perhaps obvious:

The drug industry, and the medical industry, are both world-wide phenomena.

In most countries outside of the US, the medical and drug industries are forced to respect pricing caps; this means that they cannot "hike" up their prices, they cannot decide to not see patients simply because they're poor and won't pay for services, and they cannot make such ridiculous profits, because government caps simply do not allow this. It applies to doctors as well as drug company execs.

Thus, the notion that cures are being restricted/hidden because these companies are too busy gouging you financially suddenly becomes far less likely - because they stand to make more money by curing your diseased derriere, and then encouraging you to get preventative healthcare for the rest of your life, so they don't get stuck with paying for expensive cancer treatment which may or may not work.

Dead patients can't pay for preventative healthcare. That's what your average GP in England is relying on. He needs you to be relatively healthy, because, very simply, if you're dead you don't need his government-subsidized services.

There is another factor at play.

Do you realise exactly what is involved with drug research? Do you honestly think it'd be possibly to hide a cure for cancer from the 15,000 or so people who are, on average, involved with any given clinical trial?

Whilst it's feasible that one lucky chemist might find a cure and then want to hide it, it's virtually guaranteed that a) he's not working alone to begin with, and b) someone, somewhere, will open his/her mouth about it.



posted on Sep, 11 2005 @ 07:08 AM
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Do you happen to know this "Dr X" personally? If so, please U2U me with some information if you don't want to post it on the board.

I am currently suffering from an ailment that the medical community has absolutely no cure nor treatment for. Go figure on that, huh? I need some help! They say they can only treat the complications, but not the disease.

Any help would be appreciated - thank you.



posted on Sep, 13 2005 @ 01:14 AM
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How come the "Holistic Herb" Doctors never give "Free" samples?



posted on Sep, 13 2005 @ 03:44 AM
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One thing you ought to understand is that it takes a while to get sick. In a lot of cases it can take a while to recover.
All over the world there are scores of practitioners who not only claim to have cured all types of cancers but have the case histories to prove it.
Due to pressure from various medical associations some of these practitioners will only accept patients who have already been written off by conventional medicine as beign in an uncurable terminal condition.
A common thread with many of the cures is a totally healthy diet consisting mainly of fresh, pesticide free vegetables, berry juices and the like - and a stress free environment.
Anyone can research this and find a practitioner relatively close to where they are living right now.
The biggest obstacle to getting a cure is ignorance.




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