Thanks for reading and for your comment Greg. I appreciate the points you bring up but to some extent have to disagree with you that blame should fall on doctors. In my opinion, if I blame the doctor that put me on the meds that nearly killed me and refused to help me get off of them, I give him a power over me. I see putting blame on him as another way for me to play the victim, which I refuse to do anymore. Let me be clear here that that does not absolve him of blame, his behavior, or that of the industry in general. I just choose to focus my energy elsewhere and take responsibility for the decisions I’ve made in life. It is up to each of us to choose and we send a clear message when we stop paying for advice from pill-pushing doctors and filling prescriptions. I think that what we buy or don’t buy sends more of a message than fighting the system. If you buy GMO food, you will get more GMO food. If you pay for prescriptions, big pharma will make more drugs. If you don’t buy GMO foods or prescriptions, big business will see the bottom line drop and have no choice but to stop making more. Getting the information out there is how we have a fighting chance for change. Give people the knowledge and power to choose for themselves. Every time I hear from someone who has been so deeply touched by my words and recognizes my story as their own, and tells me of the newfound strength they have to make changes in their own lives, I know that I’m making a difference. I figured that we spent over $120,000 on meds and doctors visits during that 12 years. I think I am sending a message by saving myself another $120,000 and a decade of suffering, and that is my choice.