Medical Fraud – Fake Diagnosing

Once upon a time there were doctors who actually cared about their patients and went to medical school with the intention to help people.  The days of the family doctor getting a call in the middle of the night and rushing to a patient’s home are gone.  Sickness and disease are, for the most part,  just big business now.  A perfect example of this is the cancer industry.

Why Cancer Never Gets Cured

With all the research and breakthroughs in the medical industry, doesn’t it strike you as odd that cancer never gets cured?  Not only that, more and more people are getting cancer, and at a younger age than ever before in history. Cancer is a racket and making a lot of people a lot of money.

Medical Fraud

Doctors are getting caught for deliberately misdiagnosing patients for profit. A year ago, a prominent cancer doctor in Michigan, Dr. Farid Fata, admitted in court he intentionally misdiagnosed healthy people with cancer for personal profit.  He admitted giving the patients chemotherapy drugs for the purpose of making a profit.

Fata received 62 million from Medicare.  He billed for more than 150 million.  US Attorney, Barbara McQuade, said she plans to seek life in prison for Fata’s fraud.

This is not an isolated case.  Doctors get kickbacks prescribing all sorts of pharmaceuticals for their patients.  Not only are they profiting from these kickbacks, many of the drugs, like the chemotherapy ones, make people sick, even causing death.

My Cancer Scare

A few years ago, after 20 years of never visiting an allopathic doctor, I had a condition I sought medical advice for.  A biopsy diagnosed that I may have endometrial cancer.  I was told to either start on a drug protocol or have my uterus removed.  I chose neither solution. The medical staff were quite shocked by my dismissal of their recommendations and I was made to sign a medical waiver that I was refusing medical treatment.

I went to a holistic practitioner.  For less than $150 I solved the problem (uncontrollable bleeding and pain).  A few months later I was called back to the hospital for a follow-up test. The doctors were incredulous at the results and asked me what I had done.  I told them about the herb I had taken. Of course my response was brushed off – “That couldn’t possibly have done it.”  I smiled to myself.  Never again would I seek “medical” advice. Thank goodness for holistic medicine.

To your Health!

Peter Gillham