Hoxsey: How Healing Becomes a Crime | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Hoxsey: How Healing Becomes a Crime

Cancer research and treatment is a multi-billion
dollar business.

And there's no such thing as an inexpensive treatment
and no one - within the system - seems to be looking
for one.

This film documents how alternative approaches to
treatment are brutally suppressed:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The reality of health care in the United States is that it is run by accountants, not doctors. The emphasis is on profits and selling, not on healing. As a result, the US has the most expensive health care on Earth, yet the quality is among the lowest of all industrialized nations.

I have a strong identification with this issue, not only because of the pain my wife unnecessarily endured for years, but because of watching my mother die from costly radiation and chemotherapy, then learning years later that the National Cencer Institute had suppressed an inexpensive treatment could have prolonged her life only because there was more profit to be had in the costly approaches to treatment.

Also, note the word "treatment." Nobody looks for cures in today's medical establishment. If you cure a patient, you don't make any more money off of them. But treatment (and the cash flow therefrom) is forever!