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AMA – be careful who you trust

The American Medical Association (AMA), founded in 1847 and incorporated in 1897

The AMA has also supported changes in medical malpractice law to limit damage awards

Between 1998 and 2011, the AMA spent $264 million on lobbyists, second only to the American Chamber of Commerce.

The AMA supported the War on Drugs, providing a medical rationale to clamp down on marijuana-use in the 1990s.

True history: The AMA (American Medical Association) was built on racketeering and the pocketing of ‘non-profit’ profits

(NaturalNews) The year is 1847. Physicians in America are not enjoying competing with inexpensive, natural remedies, which are offered by Indians and skilled midwives. These are remedies which are very effective but are not profitable, nor patentable, so the physicians get together to form an alliance called the AMA, the American Medical Association. Only “regulars” were allowed to join this new, prestigious organization, which strictly excluded herbalists, homeopaths and Indian doctors.

The new bylaws enacted would ensure that any physician caught dealing with a “non-regular” would be cast out and his reputation ruined. There was only one problem, and it was a huge problem. Conventional medicine in America was based on philosophy, not science, because nothing had been tested. We know this as a cold hard fact today. The kind of medicine regarded as conventional then consisted of blood letting, mercury poisoning, and other methodology we laugh at today.

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Word started getting out. Doctors from Europe who visited and then returned home told others of the ill health of the average American, whose skin was sallow, eyes sunken, and teeth and jaws crooked. Lo and behold, these are all symptoms of mercury poisoning. And so there you have it. United States healthcare started with mercury poisoning! That’s why it’s still in vaccines and flu shots, because they can get away with it.

The year the AMA hired thugs
In 1905, Collier’s magazine published an expose on the “patentable remedy industry,” in a series of articles called The Great American Fraud. But by then, it was too late to stop the tsunami of criminal conspiracy that was crashing in on natural medicine. The AMA had created the Department of Investigation (DOI) to hunt down doctors still using natural remedies. The department’s sole job was to shut down ANY HEALERS who could threaten AMA profits.

The AMA’s thug department “DOI” actually kept files on anyone who was cured of cancer. They also kept files on health foods, vitamins, acupuncture, faith healing, and Scientology. The head of the AMA, one Morris Fishbein, was a criminal and an extortionist, and if you did not pay him large sums of money for the AMA “Seal of Acceptance,” you simply could not survive in the medical field. Fishbein was the ultimate scam artist. The AMA never even had any facilities to test any of the drugs on which they put their “Seal of Acceptance” anyway, so it was all a huge scam.

Turmeric kills nearly all forms of cancer cells

(NaturalHealth365) The ability of turmeric to fight cancer has been extensively researched. In fact, over 1,500 published studies show that curcumin, turmeric’s active ingredient, is an effective treatment for over 100 different types of cancer.

The fact that mainstream medicine hasn’t embraced turmeric as a non-toxic cancer therapy is nothing short of outrageous. But a new study, in which curcumin outperformed conventional chemotherapy drugs, may finally bring turmeric the recognition it deserves.