Affordable healthcare does exist
- People are going out of the country to have procedures done
- Doctors were trained in the same school as American doctors
- Options for patients going to other countries are much greater
- So who benefits from the strangle hold…
- Control is managed over American citizens…
Affordable healthcare does exist. More and more people are leaving the country in order to get medical attention. What’s wrong with staying here and getting medical assistance? Doesn’t the U.S. have the best health care in the world? In some areas that may be true, however, the pharmaceutical cartel has a strangle hold over the medical establishment when it comes to patients getting help for their diseases.
People are going out of the country to have procedures done. Most of the time these procedures are 75 percent or more less expensive to have done in other countries. These are mostly elective procedures not covered by insurance. So people being vain and wanting them done anyway, just leave the country and have them done somewhere else.
Many times where they have them done is just as modern a facility and the doctors were trained in the same schools as American doctors and the same state-of-the-art equipment is used. In fact, you would have trouble knowing what country you are in if you just walked into one of these medical facilities.
On top of dictating to the patient what procedures they can have done or not, the options for patients going to other countries are much greater when it comes to non-pharmaceutical cures. People leave the country and go to Mexico all the time to fight their cancers. Many people are going to South America, especially to Ecuador, where they have many more plant-based options.for treatment that comes from the rain forest. If you think about it, all these so called, alternative solutions have been around for thousands of years, while modern medicine has only been around for 150 years.
So who benefits from the strangle hold the pharmaceutical industry has over the patients? Only the drug companies. You are limited to what is available to you to treat any disease. Some diseases like cancer are being treated with the same drugs and therapies that were used in the 1960’s and 1970’s.
A recent news report showed how this control is used over American citizens. The CDC is refusing to turn over files and studies that show how dangerous vaccines are that have caused so much Autism in children. This refusal is certainly instigated by the drug companies who make the vaccines. The CDC is part of the government, so why wouldn’t they turn over all their research? We see only one reason; greed, along with bad publicity.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That before you have a panicked response to a diagnosis, make sure you are aware of all of your options even ones available in foreign countries.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because it comes at a time when more and more people are leery of the available information put out by the pharmaceutical cartels.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: If you are diagnosed with a certain illness, ask many other people who had it how they decided to be treated.
COMMENTARY: It’s great to know that we can get the medical attention and options at affordable prices without compromising the quality of the doctors or the equipment they use. With technology improving all the time we really have it all. We live in the greatest times. It’s interesting that while health care has become limited and too expensive in the most advanced countries, there are many other countries that are doing an even better job and thriving because of it. Use the Internet and do your research because the information and options are out there.