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Understanding the medical dictatorship: Medicine has transformed into a business enterprise that is entirely removed from the science of healing

5 monthes ago   |   By Natural News

Medicine was once firmly rooted in the art and science of healing - but in the world of modern medicine, that time has come and gone. Today's medical dictatorship is run more like a business, focused on the art of making money and the “science” of keeping people dependent on prescription drugs. What...
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