At the beginning of the last century, one person in twenty would get cancer. In the s it was one out of every sixteen people. In the s it was one person out of ten. Today one person out of three gets cancer in the course of their life.
To my dismay, my decision was not well received by my wife, family and friends. To me that was basically a coin toss. I have since discovered that my odds of survival after chemo were much worse, as the statistics are skewed to make chemotherapy appear more effective than it really is I asked him what other options I had as far as alternative therapy.
My wife and I left the clinic terrified; we sat in her car in the parking lot and wept, held hands, and prayed asking God for clarity and to lead me in the direction He wanted me to go.
What a weird statement. What does business have to do with it? That was the furthest thing from my mind during our visit, but it ended up being very telling. I realized that business has everything to do with it.
Every cancer patient that walks in his office represents thousands of dollars of profit. Oncologists make a huge profit, as much as two-thirds of their income in some cases, from chemotherapy drugs.
Oncologists buy these drugs direct at wholesale prices, then they mark them up and bill the insurance companies. This legal profiting on drugs by doctors is unique to the cancer treatment world.
No other doctor can do that. Some chemotherapy drugs have a higher profit margin than others. I know I would. Look we all have this image of doctors as these selfless creatures working tirelessly to save the lives of dying people; and some are.
Oncologists are trapped in this system. If you have cancer, your doctor is not allowed to prescribe any treatment other than surgery, chemo, or radiation; or they can lose their license.
Unlike other countries, American doctors cannot prescribe changes to lifestyle, diet, or increased exercise to treat illness. They can only recommend them along with conventional FDA approved therapies like the ones listed above. Before anyone accuses me of doctor bashing, I want you to know that I am so grateful for theses three MDs who helped save my life: Guy Voeller successfully removed my tumor, cancerous lymph nodes, and a section of my large intestine.
Page is a man who retired for several years then came out of retirement to help more people. He frequently traveled to China to study developments in Eastern Medicine and therapies not approved in the U. Which is why he was willing to work with me in the administration of some of the alternative therapies I employed like Vitamin C IVs.
Sadly he passed away a few years ago.
I hope this post has opened your eyes to the two problems not just with cancer treatment, but with our medical system as a whole: That doctors are limited in what they can prescribe to treat illness, and often times are motivated to make recommendations that are in their best interest financially, not yours.
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