Does the medical industrial complex suppress simple, safe, inexpensive, and effective treatments in favor of expensive, patented, dangerous ones that cause more problems than they solve?
Yes they do.
It’s called the “standard of care” and it’s something I’ve been talking with System Club members about for years, long before the CoVid Con.
It’s great for the pharmaceutical and medical devices industry. No so great for us.
Through the magic of a process called “agency capture,” pharmaceutical and medical devices dictate to physicians how they may and how they may not treat diseases.
Would you believe the “standard of care” always errs on the side of things that make a boatload of money for the Medical Industrial Complex? Funny how that works.
There are many books about this and you can confirm this with you own research. One place to start might be “Is Your Cardiologist Killing You?” by Sherry Rogers MD, a physician with over 50 years of clinical experience.
Why do I routinely cover material like this in the System Club?
Because success is a triad: 1) money making, 2) wealth preservation and building, and 3) health. Part One is just the front end of the system.
As System Club members know, behind the closed doors of the Club, I hammer on items #2 and #3 routinely.
I’ve easily spent at least as much time studying them, probably much more, than I’ve ever spent studying marketing – and I’ve spent a lot of time studying marketing.
Because within the bounds of mortality, I expect to win and my job to help my clients to win too.
It’s hard to win if you’re sick or prematurely dead.
Life’s hard enough without handing the bad guys a gun to shoot you with – and that pretty much sums up what happens to people who hand over their fate to our medical and financial systems.
Just as it is in the operation of your business, ignorance about finances and health is a very expensive self indulgence.
P.S. For over 25 years I’ve been sharing the simple but powerful things that matter in business – and life – with my clients.
If you’d like direction for your business that will work today, tomorrow, and twenty years from now, make sure you have your own copy of The System Club Letters book.
Posted: July 12, 2020