Originally posted by VneZonyDostupa
reply to post by RogerT
None of your blustering answers the questions, RogerT. If this were an inexpensive, effective treatment, why aren't we seeing incredible cancer/infection survival rates in nations outside the reach of Pharma?
Why wouldn't Japan be picking this up? They have strict regulations on funding/influence of pharmaceutical companies, so it doesn't seem likely this machine would be blocked. What about Russia? As a former citizen of the USSR and Russian Federation, and as someone who has practiced medicine there, I can absolutely assure you that the pharmaceutical companies and the government of Russia has little to no influence over what treatments are allowed. Why hasn't Russia picked up Beck's technology?
Probably because most people trust their doctors and follow their advice when it comes to healing, especially in lesser developed nations, and most doctors exhibit your attitude towards anything that hasn't jumped all the elitist club hurdles.
Beck was no allopathy team player. He simply read the science, developed it or improved upon it, invented devices, tested them locally in clinical trials he funded himself until he was satisfied it worked, then open sourced the info and left us to it.
It is up to us, the little guys, to take responsibility for our own health and run with the information individuals like Beck have provided for us.
People all over the world are now doing this in massive numbers, but they are not going into clinical trials to provide you lot with the data and studies you feel you need to take any of this seriously.
There have been plenty of testimonials of success here on this thread, out of a sample of a few thousand viewers. Now if that isn't widespread success, tell me what is?