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Okay I’m going to have to agree with raster on this one. Also, riotactor, did you ever stop to think that the reason your doctor sister didn’t tell you about all of this because doctors aren’t EVER educated in health while in medical school? The medical schools didn’t teach her about this because they know that most people who go into medical school have good hearts and intentions and if they taught them about how candida overgrowth is causing pretty much ALL of the problems then obviously there would be a riot of doctors who want justice to be served. So it’s far more intelligent for the college’s not to teach doctors to actually get to the root of our problems, but to instead medicate us and keep many diseases to profit off of. It’s not the pharmacists and doctors faults they believed everything they were told throughout school. They’re not the evil ones, the carefully orchestrated system is.
Edit- Also I might add that my friend who is graduating pharmacy school in a few months recently told me he regrets his choices in a career because even though he’s going to pretty much be rich he realizes that he’s harming the well being of many people by distracting them with drugs to hide their symptoms and he told me he doesn’t believe most of what he was taught in pharmacy school for the very reason raster describes.