Medical science has never invented any disease-curing drugs, nor it will ever find any.
Drugs cannot cure a disease. Drugs cannot make an ill person healthy.
I truly believe that bringing outside drugs into the body will not make things better! Most people believe that drugs are able to cure infections but I disagree. However I will admit, doctors are performing complex surgeries and have saved many lives with the use of drugs, allowing people to live longer now than ever before.
I don’t deny the great advancements of medicine aimed at addressing trauma or saving lives in emergency situations. Surgeries and organ transplants deserve high praise. But there is a big difference between saving a person’s life and curing a disease. In a vast majority of cases, when a life is saved, chances of retaining robust health is attenuated or lost. Many times also, people forget to take into consideration all of the effects involved with taking certain drugs, such as possibly even the creation of a new disease. There is no easy shortcut in a pill to solving health problems, only logical well thought ones.
I still hold firm on my statement, denying a possibility of ever finding any drugs or other such methods for curing diseases.
To understand why, first, we need to determine and agree on the definitions of “disease” and “cure.”
Disease is defined as a “a disorder of structure or function in a human, animal, or plant, especially one that produces specific signs or symptoms or that affects a specific location and is not simply a direct result of physical injury.”
To redeem the situation and re-establish the inner order we must find answers to the question of why all of a sudden or in some instances, the body’s normal functions gradually become disordered. Did something enter the body and cause the ailments?
Is a disease an independent entity which has an ability to act on the body with malicious intent to destroy it?
Do microorganisms such as bacteria, virus, yeast, fungi, protozoa are causing diseases?
Is the human body prone to making mistakes and can it become so disoriented and confused to attack and ravage itself?
All branches of medical science answer positively to these questions, therefore, it is logical on their part to assume that by eradicating microorganisms and “correcting a body’s mistakes,” perpetual health can be achieved.
Let us put aside so-called cures for infectious diseases for now and focus upon degenerative and chronic diseases and conditions which are among the most urgent concerns of healthcare authorities.
National Centers for Disease and Prevention in its review states:
“The leading cause of death and disability in the US. Chronic diseases and conditions such as cancer, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity, arthritis-are among the most common, costly, and preventable of all health problems.”
From the same source, we can learn that “Total national health expenditure in 2015 was 3.2 trillion.” More then 75% of this staggering amount is the cost of chronic illnesses.
Despite all of the efforts and money thrown to remedy the problem, the rates are escalating and the overall health conditions of the population is only worsening.
Pay attention to the “Chronic diseases and conditions are most preventable“ part of the statement. If they considered to be such, then why does the magnitude of the problem only increase?. What is done by the medical establishment to prevent and reverse this dangerous trend? Just more new drug research and development by big pharmaceutical companies?
Chronic diseases became a leading cause of mortality in the US in the middle of the 20th century, but why?
What might cause a sudden emergence of chronic illnesses? Throughout the history, humanity was plagued by infectious diseases until vaccinations since 1890 and antibiotics since 1940 became widely used.
At the same time, heart disease was an uncommon cause of death until the beginning of the 20th century.
Medical science has no answer to the question – why by the time infectious diseases were curbed did cardiovascular problems start to spike?
Manipulations with drugs to “cure” sickening hearts created another problem. By the middle of the 20th century, the rate of death from cardiovascular diseases declined, but the rate of cancers and other chronic diseases increased.
With more efforts being focused to fight cancers and chronic diseases, unexpected acceleration of neuropsychiatric diseases has now started to onset.
Medical science took credit for “successful defeat” of infectious diseases, but all of a sudden new extremely dangerous pathogens have emerged.
“Eventually we find ourselves at the end of the century facing both new diseases and unpublished germs. Novelty, suddenness and incomprehensibility are among the recurring characters of this procession of new diseases.”
Gonzales JP, Fair J “From Biosecurity to Emerging Diseases: A Relentlessly Changing Paradigm” 2013.
Most efforts of biomedical and pharmaceutical research are focused on finding new, more powerful drugs to “prevent” the development of chronic diseases.
At the same time, threats of unexpected viral epidemics have created more demand for antiviral drugs.
All eyes are on pharmaceutical and biomedical science now. But had the health care system been successful in the past?
Has it made any progress up until now?
The way the things are at this moment — quite bad — with a tendency of becoming even worse, what makes you believe that allopathic medicine could achieve any significant accomplishments in the future?
In fact, the harder it tries, the worse things get.
After much careful consideration, unavoidable questions have flooded my mind:
Maybe diseases are not the causes of bad health which must be fought against?
Maybe diseases are as much a normal and integral part of life as say rain and sunshine? What if they are as absolutely indispensable, as much as rain?
Maybe diseases are playing an essential role in health and are the solutions to weakening health and are great tools to bring biological systems to balance?
The quite shocking supposition isn’t it?
It is not possible to win a war if you don’t know your enemy.
Does anyone know who the enemy is?
Didn’t they prove to be indestructible, just constantly changing form to “cause” new diseases to which doctors have given new names?
If a disease is an inner process of an organism taking its own course, can you fight it?
Can drugs stop it or just modify or redirect the course of a disease with unpredictable outcomes?
What if medical intervention into unknown processes has actually created these health crises due to lack of verified research?
Isn’t “the way to hell paved with good intentions”?
No war can last forever and in every war, there is a victor and a defeated party.
What if medical science has declared a war against Life itself?
Who do you think is going to win?
- Do you know the answers to those questions?
- For many years, I was trying to learn more in hopes to understand these concepts better. Instead, I was more confused because the information and proposed solutions concerning health and diseases were all so contradictory.
Information without thorough critical examination, thorough deliberation and mental measure, comparing and weighing against other pertaining knowledge is just useless data.
Throughout my studies and analysis, I have come to quite surprising realizations I would love to share with everyone who really wants to know the true causes of diseases. Ways of achieving the best possible states of vibrant health and secrets of longevity.
I invite you to investigate with me the solutions to your problems at hand.