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Truth or DareDying to Make a Profit
By Chris Ryan with Charles St-Onge, 2009

Part 1

Health insurance companies still want to convince the public that they can manage their duty to their shareholders without effecting patient care, and that they are in fact a force for good when it comes to quality of treatment and increasing health outcomes. If they manage patient care properly and reduce costs, will that not help bring down insurance costs for everyone? Is not some amount of “rationing of care” necessary to keep costs under control? (Most Americans live in dread of the idea of “rationed care,” which seems like such an un-American concept. The truth is that care is already rationed.)

This may be true, if the motive for the rationing was purely to benefit the policyholder. The rationing could then even be construed as the insurance company upholding its fiduciary duty to the insured. (more…)

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Truth or DareDying to Make a Profit; The Conflict of Interest that Publicly Traded Health Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know!
By Chris Ryan with Charles St-Onge, 2009 [Edited]

[The Vatican] pointed out what seems on reflection to be stunningly obvious: “No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other.” Yet for years public health insurance companies have convinced Americans that you can have your cake and eat it, too. You can have it both ways: deliver quality, affordable health care to the consumer while generating a profit for your shareholders.

The American health insurance industry may well have accomplished one of the greatest triumphs of rhetoric over common sense in recorded history. They have successfully convinced the public, and perhaps even themselves, that not even the government cares about their health as much as they do. (more…)

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Doctor WHO 'Curing' Small PoxWHO for Health Experimentation and Control

As the World Health Organization (WHO) seems like a front store corporation for implementing the New World Order, I set out to find more information on their claims. All I needed to do was to look at the search engine results.

Of course, the WHO was to give its own version of its claimed success. However, the information was ‘not available in English’. It is no problem, because I doubt they would offer to explain how AIDS replaced smallpox in Africa. (There are many excellent sites that discuss the difference between HIV (natural) and AIDS (purposeful).)

A coincidence? Much too much coinciding. Here are the search engine results that made it clear that WHO or NWO vaccines and gentech drugs, have nothing to do with cure. (more…)

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WHO Logo KundaliniWorld Health Organization

The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN) that is concerned with international public health. It was established on 7 April 1948, with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, and is a member of the United Nations Development Group. Its predecessor, the League of Nations Health Organization was established following the First World War inside the League of Nations framework.

The use of the word “world” emphasised the truly global nature of what the organization was seeking to achieve. It thus became the first specialised agency of the United Nations to which every member subscribed.  Its first priorities were to control the spread of malaria, tuberculosis and sexually transmitted infections, and to improve maternal and child health, nutrition and environmental hygiene. (more…)

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Tuskegee Experiment aThe Tuskegee Experiment

From A Free Essay [Edited]

In 1932, in the area surrounding Tuskegee, Macon County, Alabama, the United States Public Health Service (PHS) and the Rosenwald Foundation began a survey and small treatment program for African-Americans infected with syphilis. The deepening depression, the lack of funds from the foundation, and the large number of untreated cases provided the government’s researchers with what seemed to be an unprecedented opportunity to study a seemingly almost “natural” experimentation of latent syphilis in African-American men.

What had begun as a “treatment” program thus was converted by the PHS researchers, under the imprimatur of the Surgeon General and with knowledge and consent of the President of Tuskegee Institute, the medical director of the Institute’s John A. Andrew Hospital, and the Macon County public (more…)

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Tuskegee Experiment 4Tuskegee Lessons

“We were treated unhuman at all times. Nobody knows what we went through except those of us who are living participants right today.” Herman Shaw

Dr. Vanessa Northington Gamble, a physician and medical historian, chaired the presidential committee on the legacy of Tuskegee that secured an apology from the government. She writes this commentary to mark the 30th anniversary of the news reports that unmasked the study:

I was there when President Clinton said the words, “I am sorry.” Tears streamed down the faces of many black people in the audience. I heard people sobbing. The pain inflicted by the syphilis study was not limited to the citizens in and around Tuskegee. For many African Americans, the fact that the Tuskegee study occurred at all proves their lives are not valued in America. (more…)

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Tuskegee Experiment Remembering Tuskegee

[Forty years ago] the Washington Evening Star newspaper ran this headline on its front page: “Syphilis Patients Died Untreated.” With those words, one of America’s most notorious medical studies, the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, became public.

“For 40 years, the U.S. Public Health Service has conducted a study in which human guinea pigs, not given proper treatment, have died of syphilis and its side effects,” Associated Press reporter Jean Heller wrote on July 25, 1972. “The study was conducted to determine from autopsies what the disease does to the human body.”

The next morning, every major U.S. newspaper was running Heller’s story. For Morning Edition, NPR’s Alex Chadwick reports on how the Tuskegee experiment was discovered after 40 years of silence. (more…)

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