IS THE MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX DESIGNED TO CURE OR TO TREAT?

Since the establishment of our current medical system in the late 1800’s…
“Heart disease, now the leading cause of death in the U.S., was virtually unknown in the 19th century. The same goes for cancer, which caused 0.5% of deaths in 1811 and 5.8% of deaths in 1900 — spiking to more than 31% of deaths in 2010. A similar pattern emerged for diabetes, which rare in the 19th century and had a prevalence of 0.37% in 1935. By 2020, there was a 28-fold increase in 85 years, to a prevalence of 10.5%.
Obesity? Same story. With a prevalence of just 1.2% in the 19th century, obesity increased 33-fold in 115 years, to a prevalence of 39.8% in 2015. By 1990, meanwhile, 24% of U.S. adults were diagnosed with metabolic syndrome, which is a combination of high blood pressure, dyslipidemia, insulin resistance, hyperglycemia and visceral obesity.

By 2009-2015, 88% of U.S. adults did not meet five criteria for metabolic health, measured by blood glucose, triglycerides, HDL cholesterol, blood pressure and waist circumference.”
Who would take health advice from an organization that has held a monopoly on health care and produced such results?

Published by Jon Collins

Seeking the truth beyond the story and the story behind the truth.

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