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Most of us have probably heard that there are cures for most if not all illnesses, including those that are popularly believed to be incurable, and that those cures are suppressed because if they received the FDA’s stamp of approval they would impede pharmaceutical profits, or at least this is believed to be so…

It is actually the suppressing of cures that impedes pharmaceutical profits, however. Many traditional pharmaceuticals create as many or more side effects than they treat any ailments, while the medical industry should be concerned with healing patients with the least possible side effects and fatalities.

It is also not only unethical, it is unlawful to knowingly withhold or suppress a known life-sustaining cure. It would be most intelligible for the pharmaceutical industry, in conjunction with the Food and Drug Administration, to embrace cures—pharmaceutical and otherwise.

To ethically sustain profits once this occurs, the pharmaceutical industry, in conjunction with the FDA should brand their own supplements that would prevent illness and continue to promote the sustaining of good health once cures have been successfully administered.

The FDA has in fact approved various niacin drugs, including statins containing it (Niacin actually reduces bad cholesterol/triglycerides and raises good cholesterol while statins lower the production of cholesterol in the liver by blocking HMG-CoA reductase). The FDA should also support and compete with Avemar, an effective and all-natural cancer treatment…

The pharmaceutical industry in conjunction with the Food and Drug Administration would have an edge over the traditional supplement industry, with which it can harmoniously co-exist, because the pharmaceutical industry and the FDA could leverage a vast client base that traditional supplements cannot.

That advantage would be an FDA statement of approval on pharmaceutical and FDA brand supplements/labels. This would also enable the purchase of preventive care FDA-approved supplements with health insurance…

Implementation of what I’m prescribing here would translate to substantial improvements in public health juxtapose increases in pharmaceutical sales that would be synonymous with extended life and doctor-prescribed supplements that would provide nutritional components that are not obtained in consumers’ normal diets…

FDA-approved preventive care supplements that would be prescribed by doctors and paid for by health plans before and after the successful administering of cures would also decrease healthcare costs and improve the quality of life, while ethically sustaining/improving pharmaceutical sales and health care per se…

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