I have been procrastinating for some time on writing about the next step in my journey. For quite some time I wasn’t sure why. Interestingly I found that, once I had discovered the why, the floodgates opened, the memories, the wording, even the title of this post came pouring in and I was able to sit down and share the next stage of my journey with you. The reason for[…]Read More
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?”
I received an email recently from Sonia Choquette. It included a video with an easy tip on how to meditate. A very simple and useful process for beginners who are new to meditation.
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is life changing, there is no doubt about that. However, a diagnosis doesn’t define who you are. And NEVER EVER let it stop you from achieving your goals and fulfilling your dreams.
A double lung transplant didn’t stop Charity Tillemann-Dick from singing again despite her doctor’s diagnosis.