Seth Holehouse, Man in America interviews Dr. Jason Dean about why American are questioning the motives of the medical industrial complex. Can we trust Big Pharma?
Dr. Dean theorizes that the source of many chronic diseases can be addressed cheaply and safely with proven methods. He asks the question-why are we so focused on symptoms instead of causes for disease? Prevention after all is key in avoiding disease.
Increasing numbers of people seeking help for chronic viral diseases like Lyme’s disease.
Explore the definition of viruses and their treatment from Merck and enter into the hidden world of parasites. Opposing opinions exist today, as the CDC claims that parasites are very rare in the US yet increasing numbers of patients are being treated for chronic viral disease.
The medical industrial complex and CDC are supposed to be looking out for us. Are they suppressing the cause of so many of our health issues? Of course, there are often other underlying conditions, as well as parasitic infections. It is interesting to see that they are present at some time during the life of many chronic diseases and they are very treatable.
Dr. Dean continues the dialogue on Ivermectin and its controversy in long standing use in parasitic infections vs. prevention and treatment of sars-cov-2.
There is a worrisome fact. Cheap, effective solutions to medical disease do not pay very well. Are stockholder dividends affecting the treatment of disease? View the podcast in full. It may leave you with more questions than you began with about patient safety and the medical care in America and the medical industrial complex.