If someone asked you, “whose job is it to find cures for chronic diseases,” what would your answer be?
Researchers, Developers and Scientists?
Most people probably believe at least one of these choices answers the question (if not a combination of these choices.) In this post, I’m going to try to convince you cures ( to a large extent) remain undiscovered because cures are NOT THE GOAL. Then, I will share my opinion where the best CURES can be found.
1. It is believed today, a medical doctor’s job is to diagnose and provide pharmaceutical treatments based on these diagnoses. The consumer ASSUMES these treatments appropriately “FIX THE PROBLEMS.” As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, doctors have NO INTENTION of “curing” chronic health problems (ex. high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol.) These medications are provided with the assumption the patient will require them (or newly developed drugs to replace them) for the REST OF THEIR LIVES. Yet the consumer ASSUMES this method of treating chronic health conditions is “FIXING THEM.” Ongoing renewable prescriptions is NOT A CURE; it is an ongoing source of RENEWABLE REVENUE. The doctor, therefore, simply follows a protocol that supports a FINANCIAL MODEL OF SUCCESS for the medical industry. It is NOT their job to discover cures!