Possible fix. There is no law that says a doctor has to cure you if a cure is available.
If such a law came about and enforced the doctors would start putting themselves out of business and prices would fall.
The way it is now it is for profit business the longer your doctor can keep you his patient the more money he/she will make.
For example if the doctor treated type two diabetes with chromium and vanadium. He might see the patient one or two times but use conventional treatment he has a patient for life and also the complications that come with it.
Researchers noted that eight of the 10 most commonly used drugs in the United States are for hypertension, heart failure, diabetes and other elements of the “cardiometabolic syndrome.”
In addition, another frequently prescribed drug treats gastroesophageal reflux, a widespread condition among the overweight or obese.
This is why I'm looking into alternative medicine. There are more studies supporting alt medicine now than there were in the 1980s.So, what's our alternative? Don't pay?
These are all inflammatory illnesses, caused in part by poor food choices, and in part by poisons in the food (Roundup and Bt).Researchers noted that eight of the 10 most commonly used drugs in the United States are for hypertension, heart failure, diabetes and other elements of the “cardiometabolic syndrome.”
I think d0ug means that they cure symptoms but not diseases. Curing symptoms will only keep the patient looking for more help and more drugs. Take statins, for example. Why can't they find the inflammation problem which causes cholesterol build up, instead of continuing to cure the symptom.Sorry, I can't agree with you. This might be true for a few purposes and it's I think not only for expensive health care.