The Thin Edge of the Corrupt Wedge

If you have had the misconception that medical research is independent, if you have ever thought that the universities training our doctors are independent, if you have ever wondered why your doctor’s solution to every problem you have ever had is to write yet another prescription, it is time for you to start living with your eyes wide open.

Dr. Peter Rost is a former vice president of Pfizer and a whistleblower of the pharmaceutical industry. Author of “The Whistle Blower, Confessions of a Healthcare Hitman,” Rost is an insider expert on big pharma marketing.

He confirms what others before him have already stated. Pharmaceutical companies control the universities and how and what our future doctors are taught. So sad really.

There are so many kind hearted people in our country, fundraising for cancer research. It warms my heart to see so many caring people, however misguided. Dr. Peter Rost also states that pharmaceutical companies control medical research and the outcome of that research.

Most cancer care protocols have not advanced in decades. We are not winning the “war” on cancer. In fact, the incidence of cancer is accelerating.

The next time you are asked to support a cancer fundraising cause, stop and ask yourself, “Where does the money go?” and ask “Who benefits?”

 

About the author

Nina Andersen

The Inconvenient Messenger

I was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2014. I turned away from conventional medical treatment and chose instead to treat myself successfully with natural, holistic, traditional medicine.

I believe that,
we can let cancer fill us with fear,
we can fight against cancer with all that we have,
or we can embrace cancer for
the inconvenient messenger that it is.
The choice is ours.

I invite you to join me on my cancer journey as I share my experiences and the powerful messages I have received along the way about life and living.

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