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Thank you Rachel. Keep on.
Any and all ideas that work can and will be co-opted and subverted when and where it’s worth it. Crime that pays is crime that stays. First need in process of reversing the crimes is avoiding being a victim. Elizabeth is lucky. So far. There but for the grace of God, all of us can go the route Boans is so far stuck with.
We all might profit from reading Kelly Brogan’s experience and recognizing that:
“The combined profits for the ten drug companies in the Fortune 500 ($35.9 billion) were more than the profits for all the other 490 businesses put together ($33.7 billion) [in 2002]
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Long before that, every patient will need to recognize and work (however gradually) within the parameter that what insurance will pay for will almost uniformly make everything worse and that aside from scam artists, what insurance will not reimburse is going to be more helpful.
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Thank you Boans. The question remains how to remove you from the problem. Another question arises, how to keep the rest of us from being attacked similarly.
They’re all worried about their jobs and licensure.
Does anyone have any resources / links to find functional docs in different areas of the country?
Appreciate your exit from Plato’s cave. And your slow realization that there are people you have met over the years who profitted and can profit again from forcing you back inside. I also appreciate your courage to address boans’ comments. That is the scary suburban gulag archipelago we all face – some knowingly like boans and the rest of us not so much.
Could you and any commenters here please address how to avoid and/or reduce risks of such attacks.
father of orthomolecular psychiatry and nutrition