Health

Can you really trust someone who is always paid-off to prescribe a drug?

Posted On: Dec 8, 2021   |   Posted By: Natural News

We all know that medical doctors are in fantasyland when they wear their white coats always hoping they would somehow sprout a halo or radiate some transcendental effulgence to make the process complete.
Unfortunately, we also know that when they come out of medical school, where Big Pharma funds their curriculum, they are entrenched in a cut-it-out or a take-a-pill mentality. Never ever do they get schooled in actual healing because that would eliminates repeat customers for the pimp. It is the take-a-pill mentality that this country deals with.
In America, the workers' compensation and auto insurance carriers are seeing a huge number of cases with excessive markups for repackaged drugs dispensed by MDs, sometimes at rates double or triple what the identical medications cost if obtained through pharmacies. There is no solution to this unless our corrupt GMO Legislators pass a bill outlawing this practice.
If our legislators are getting a kickback from the doctors, like they were from
Monsanto and now Bayer,...

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