Cures already ‘out there’ for many so-called incurable illnesses?

Posted: October 11, 2015 in Medical Industrial Complex
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There seems to be more than enough evidence to support the claim that at least some scientific breakthroughs are suppressed.

We explored this in our first non-fiction book The Orphan Conspiracies, and again in our recently published MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures.

A relevant excerpt from Medical Industrial Complex follows:

We cite a January 2014 New York Times  article reporting that America’s National Security Agency (NSA) uses secret technology to remotely input and alter data on computers worldwide – even when targeted PC’s or laptops are not connected to the Internet. We point out that this suppressed technology, which uses radio frequencies to spy on computers, only came to the public’s attention due to leaked NSA documents from former agency contractor-turned whistleblower Edward Snowden.

This begs the question: Is it a regular occurrence for governments, intelligence agencies and the military to withhold scientific breakthroughs from the public?

If so, how many other suppressed inventions exist in the world’s ironclad vaults of power?

Replace the word inventions with cures and you will see what we, in our roundabout way, are driving at.

There have been numerous reports of scientific inventions that never saw the light of day even though they were perfected and ready to go on the market. Rumors of these radical inventions date back to the post-Industrial Revolution period in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, and have persisted right up to and including the present day.

Unfortunately, it appears this also happens within modern medicine where cures for various illnesses mysteriously vanish or are quashed by the medical establishment.

The basic concept or theory we explore in this chapter is that there are already cures for many so-called incurable illnesses. However, they are often unpatentable (aka unprofitable or unmonitizable) and therefore blocked by multinational drug companies.

In other instances, these cures are sometimes not suppressed for financial reasons but rather for intellectual ones: such cures contradict medical academia and these cures, which are often radical and seem non-scientific, “do not compute” with what official science says. But a term one American banker-turned author coined seems relevant in this regard: “Scientific fact, until next revision”. Meaning what seems to contradict science today, may make sense tomorrow, for science is perpetually evolving.

This suppression theory supports the assertion that Big Pharma needs sick people to prosper. Patients, not healthy people, are their customers. If everybody was cured of a particular illness or disease, pharmaceutical companies would lose 100% of their revenue on the products they sell for that ailment.

What all this means is because modern medicine is so heavily intertwined with the financial profits culture, it’s a sickness industry more than it is a health industry.

There are numerous examples we could cite to support this. One of the most disturbing examples came to our attention in the form of a CTV News report dated November 29, 2012. Headed ‘Cure for cancer found in Canada – Pharmaceutical companies turn their backs,’ the televised report highlights the successful treatment of rats and mice given human cancers in a Canadian laboratory.

The drug used was DCA – described by the researchers involved as “an unpatentable old drug” used to treat rare inherited diseases. Those same researchers were very excited, and confident, about its potential for curing cancer in humans and were keen to secure the interest of pharmaceutical companies to take the drug to the next step.

DCA’s affordability – described as costing “just pennies a dose” – no doubt accounted for some of the researchers’ enthusiasm. Here, at last, was a potential cancer cure that wouldn’t cost patients the earth.

Now here’s the rub. Because this cheap, unpatentable, old drug “doesn’t fit the business plans” of the pharmaceutical companies, they ain’t interested in progressing it. In other words, Big Pharma can see no profit in developing and marketing a pennies-a-dose drug – even if it has the likely potential of saving many, many lives.

At the time of proofing this book, the CTV report on this disgusting state of affairs is still on YouTube and is well worth viewing.

Of course, there are two sides to every story, and, in the interests of balance, we must relay one YouTube viewer’s comment on this report.

He (name withheld) says: “Even if it was true that Big Pharma doesn’t want a cure for cancer, you don’t need Big Pharma to get a drug out there. There are plenty of non-profit and research institutions that have the money to fund this and have no incentive for a profit. This video is too one-sided to make a judgement…If you dig deeper into this you’ll find that clinical trials into humans were conducted in 2009 and did not yield the same results (as) in rats. The attack on Big Pharma is normally done by people who have no knowledge of the pharma industry and all the costs associated to create one drug”.

Naïve or fair comment? You decide.

Personally, we’d be guided by former pharmacist Denis Toovey’s comment in the foreword to Medical Industrial Complex: “There is no hiding the huge influence drug companies have on the practice of medicine which has stalled finding real cures.” That from a professional who spent 40 years in the pharmaceutical industry…

TBC

You have been reading an excerpt from Medical Industrial Complex. The book is available exclusively via Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/MEDICAL-INDUSTRIAL-COMPLEX-Suppressed-Underground-ebook/dp/B00Y8Y3TUM/

MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 3)

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