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Big Pharma Problems

Have you ever asked yourself these two questions:
1)America spends more on healthcare than most other countries in the world and yet we don’t have a healthy population in comparison to the rest of the world.
2)Americans consume about 80% of the world’s prescription drugs and we are only 4.5%of the world’s population.
It’s not a secret that big pharma has controls over our medical industry and their lobbyists are well funded therefore, they are able to influence politicians to legislate in accordance with their special interests. Our seniors take more prescription drugs than any other countries I have visited, which makes me think that we have a system that’s in the interest of the Big Pharm to keep Americans drugged. I have visited many parts of the world, people there do not consume as much prescription drugs as Americans do, and they are often healthier than Americans. You have to wonder why. 

There’s no justification for taking away individuals’ freedom in the guise of public safety – Thomas Jefferson

"You Can Not spell Pharma without Harm" 

Healthcare, not Sick-care

We don’t have a healthcare system; we have a Sick-Care system. It’s always when we get sick we go see our doctors and hopefully everything will turn out fine, but we rarely have a program that will incentivize the population to stay healthy. America has perhaps the highest obesity rate in the world, should we ask why that’s the case? Should we consider programs to incentivize people to live healthier lives, stay more active and maybe suggest insurance companies to offer reduced rates for customers making health conscience decisions in their lives? By doing that I believe the cost of healthcare will come down and it will reduce the spending on Medicare and Medicate.  

Medical Freedom

Medical Freedom is a human right, yes, because we have the freedom to decide what we want to do with our own bodies. It's funny how the left is no long talking about "My Body My Rule' anymore. Do they now think the government owns our bodies now? 

Government has no right to tell private citizens what we want to do with our own healthcare related decisions, and any implications in that nature is considered an invasion on individual rights.

Our rights were not given by the government, therefore it's not theirs to take away.

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