Of course, we can't use the term "cure," because that's illegal.
Do you see how being pushed around and told what we can or can't do or say here in the...
Land of the Free and the Brave...
...has been going on for a very long time?
has been a fantastic opportunity to exploit; i.e., zip around the board, get straight to
and grab your $200 (trillion), but this is nothing new!
In order to gain a
on the practice of medicine the
used a contrived report
...to remove all competitors to pharmaceutical drugs in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of disease.
“Flexner clearly doubted the scientific validity of all forms of medicine other than that based on scientific research, deeming any approach to medicine that did not advocate the use of treatments such as vaccines to prevent and cure illness as tantamount to quackery and charlatanism. Medical schools that offered training in various disciplines including eclectic medicine, physiomedicalism, naturopathy, and homeopathy, were told either to drop these courses from their curriculum or lose their accreditation and underwriting support. A few schools resisted for a time, but eventually all complied with the Report or shut their doors.”
The last Eclectic medical school closed in 1939.
Since then, all forms or healthcare outside of the AMA operate within the realm of the disclaimer...
"This is not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure a disease."
These are man-made rules based on special interests. Money. That's it.
Anyway, for today, I'd like to introduce you to a novel treatment and maybe "cure" for some cancers...
(Gasp! Wash my mouth out with soap! Arrest me!)
But here's "the rub"
1. This has been known for a long time.
2. Once many of us know about it and start using it, it will become unaffordable.
3. Once many of us know about it and want to use it, it will become inaccessible.