USA – Where cancer thrives for its own reasons!
According to Natural News, the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued dire new predictions about the spread of cancer throughout the world that prove the Western model of medicine to be a complete failure. Within the next 10 years, the public health arm of the United Nations claims, cancer rates will increase by more than 25 percent, with most of this growth expected to occur in developing countries that have been heavily infiltrated by Western influences.
By 2025, WHO claims, the annual number of new cancer diagnoses is expected to increase by roughly 37 percent, rising from a current annual total of about 14.1 million people to a shocking 19.3 million people. The number of cancer patients that will end up dying from the disease or its corresponding treatments is also expected to rise by about 39 percent, jumping from a current total of about 8.2 million people annually to 11.4 million people.
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The mainstream media has once again attacked several multivitamins, some other vitamins, herbs and Dr. Linus Pauling.
The smear campaign’s major contributors were The Week, Time Magazine, The New York Times and England’s The Guardian. Here’s the title from The Week: “How the vitamin industrial complex swindled America: Blame money, politics, and a flawed genius named Linus Pauling.”
This title is very interesting. Using the phrase “vitamin industrial complex” with money and politics is an example of “psychological projection,” accusing others with what they’re actually guilty of, or attacking others who are innocent of what the attackers actually practice.
It’s Big Pharma and the medical monopoly with support from the FDA and bought politicians who have the largest medical-industrial complex going. The smear campaign hit pieces cite a 12 billion-dollar supplement industry without statistical sourcing. But what is the revenue from combined medical monopoly efforts?
Investigative journalist Maggie Mahar wrote a book titled Money Driven Medicine, which is described as a look behind the scenes of America’s 2 trillion-dollar medical-industrial complex. So, how many billions make a trillion?
According to IMS Health, antidepressants are the second most prescribed drug in the U.S., just behind cholesterol-lowering statins. The pills are clearly big pharma/big business: Some 250 million antidepressant prescriptions are dispensed each year, and the rate continues to increase. Studies estimate that anywhere from 10% to 12% of Americans take antidepressants and spend around $12 billion a year for the privilege of taking them.
The World Health Organization states that depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, affecting 121 million people. WHO names it the third leading contributor to disease and predicts that depression will move into second place just eight years from now.
The Center for Disease Control reports that the rate of antidepressant use in the U.S. has significantly increased over the years. The CDC states that more than 60% of Americans on antidepressants are on them for two or more years and about 14% have taken the medication for a decade or more!
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