Big Pharma: They’re Making Astronomical Profits and Curing Nothing

By Dr. John Reizer

Author of The Target List

The average monthly cost of a biologic drug is $3,000. Chemotherapy treatments can cost as much as $65,000/ month according to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

The costs of prescription medications are skyrocketing and there’s no end in sight. And besides the incredibly ridiculous prices in place, the damn drugs don’t cure any of the conditions they’re prescribed for.

Many of these products, if not all of them, are far worse than the diseases they’re actually managing. It’s a racket, and people are getting killed financially speaking and then again from the adverse physiological effects the products create in human beings.

Big Pharma companies are making a fortune, and they have no corporate desires to pay for research that would help eradicate any of the diseases they’re profiting from. Why would they want to eliminate intellectual properties that generate a never ending stream of cash? They wouldn’t, and they won’t.

I have written on many occasions and will do so again right here; until the profit incentives for pharmaceutical companies are removed from the healthcare equation, there will never be any cures to any diseases forthcoming.

The drug ads that bombard our televisions each hour of the day are filled with scary information that is playing simultaneously with video content showcasing attractive actors and actresses attending sporting events, enjoying picnics, and taking part in other ridiculous activities.

Am I the only person that can see the craziness associated with organized medicine and its handler, the pharmaceutical industry?

What do you think about this subject?

 

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