Last time I checked, one could go to the grocery store and buy apricots that had seeds in them!!want2bike wrote:Apricot seeds and laetrile are banned in the USA but I am able to order them online.
So if someone else wants to challenge the science of the drug companies, then that's all they have to do is provide their opposing legitimate science to the FDA.The FDA is suppose to be there to protect us from bad food and bad drugs. They have been taken over by the drug companies and big money corporations. The science they use is that of the drug companies.
The FDA does not create science...they review what is presented to them. But I will agree that drug company science can be manipulated to look good when in fact it isn't.You cannot believe the science of the FDA or drug companies because their motive is money.
Well if apricot seeds worked for your mother then that's all the science that the FDA and anyone would need to approve the seeds as a proven cancer cure!!!The apricot seeds is one of the hidden cancer cures. I saw it work with my mother when she had a lesion on her lip.
But you just stated that your mother chose to use an alternative treatment. Was she not free to make her own decision?We are not free to choose the treatment we want after they make us sick with their policies. We have to go to some other country to get treatment because they do not want us to get better. They want to put us on their drugs and leave us on them until we die.
Like Dr. Mercola who has to place a legal disclaimer for every article on his website because of its inaccurate information!Fortunately we have people which tell us the real truth on how to get our health back.
But didn't your mother choose a different treatment?We should all have the freedom to choose the treatment we want without the FDA telling us you can't do it.
One of these days someone from the FDA is going to read some of your nonsense and come knocking on your door. Hope you have a good lawyer!If the FDA were interested in our health they would not let them poison our water, poison our food, and poison us with their drugs.
HarryZ wrote:People have a choice but let's not use fear to try and influence them.
jimmylegs wrote:@ harry - anything where you challenge an unsupported opinion, with your own unsupported opinion
Absolutely true. There is a ton of so called "experts" who make comments on the internet, quite often for personal and monetary gain. Look at Mercola...makes a ton of money from his website with his less than accurate information and in order to do this has to place a disclaimer on each article so he doesn't get his pants sued off or prosecuted by the FDA or other government agencies. And one comment you see in all the disclaimers is for the reader to consult his/her physician in matters of health. Can you believe that Mercola is suggesting his readers consult those lying doctors who are trying to keep us all sick?!!Kronk wrote:HarryZ wrote:People have a choice but let's not use fear to try and influence them.You are just using common sense to reply to the nonsense that a particular poster continues to spew.Thanks Harry, this single point is why I feel like I am constantly playing devils advocate.I appreciate the facts behind the issues, but to state opinion as fact is wrong. Quoting opinions of "experts" who also have nothing to back up an argument is no better. That is where we get the fear of things like vaccines. No proof, but a whole lot of formerly educated people stating opinion to boost their popularity. Stick to the facts, any issue will have facts on both sides, or else it isn't an issue.
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