Video Transcript: Corrective Medicine: Fighting the Disease, Not the Symptoms (Part 2)
Ty Bollinger: Hello everyone. Ty & Charlene here. Did you see the first part of Dr. Brad Week’s presentation from TTAC LIVE Orlando? Well, we are back now with Part 2.
Charlene Bollinger: Last time, he covered the importance of corrective medicine vs. corporate medicine. This time, he’ll be covering his favorite acronym: NET: Nutrition, Exercise, and Thought.
Dr. Bradford Weeks: And so, part of the sub-theme of this talk is not only to understand that symptoms are there to help you, but to understand that your medical doctor, your holistic corrective medical doctor who is trying to help you, is being considered a medical terrorist. He or she is funneling funds away from corporate medicine by teaching you simple things to do, and they’re being picked off right and left. I’ll describe briefly how my license was attacked in 2012, and how any time your doctor stands up to do what’s best for you and not best for the corporation, they typically are considered a terrorist.
So that’s the law in the state of Washington. And what we’ve been doing is—my license, by the way, I was attacked because I was deemed a “theoretical risk of harm.” Because the doctor who was examining my work, he acknowledged that everybody got well and there was no harm done, but he didn’t understand how I did it, and therefore I was lucky and therefore I was a theoretical risk of harm. But it’s really a concentrated effort to take medical doctors who are not doing corporate medicine out of the game.
Now what we were doing is what I call mending the NET: Nutrition, Exercise, and Thought. If you look at the graph there, we see that most of what keeps us healthy is the NET: Nutrition, Exercise, and Thought. Nutrition is what we get, exercise is how we do justice to what we get, and thought is how we manage our thought process around that. And sometimes we need surgery, and sometimes we need medicine, and sometimes we need supplements, but most of the times you just need to repair your NET.
Now you deserve better than corporate medicine. Corporate medicine is profit over people, but more importantly, it’s making the patient a renewable resource. “This week we’ll cut off this breast. We’ll consider you cured of cancer. You come back next year we’ll cut off the other breast, maybe we’ll do some other stuff.” It’s just harvesting in an inhumane way, people, because they’re looking at the symptom, not the cancer process, which is fueling this process, but rather the symptom.
And the standard of care, please understand that the standard of care is not created by best science, it is specifically created by insurance companies. They tell the thought leaders in the academic world what they will reimburse, and then the professors and the heads of the organizations say to the rank and file, “This is what we consider best treatments nowadays.” But they don’t say that it’s being informed by insurance companies. So, you need to know that when your doctor says, “I’m just giving you the standard of care,” what he’s saying is “I’m working for the insurance company. I do what they tell me to do.”
But we’re in this situation because it’s highly profitable. Here we have Willie Sutton. He said, you know when asked why he robs banks, he says “That’s where the money is.” Why are doctors treating symptoms? That’s where the money is; that’s what people want.
The other rule to understand in medicine is that if it’s not a profitable solution, it will be ignored as a problem. If you can’t make money on the problem, nobody’s going to talk about it, okay. That’s why mending the NET is not talked about. The nutrition, exercise, and thought… nobody gets rich helping people with that.
So I like this graph, corporate medicine is the puppet master, big pharma, and so forth.
And we have the puppeteers controlling the government enablers. That’s the CDC, the FDA and so forth. These people should be accountable to the voters and are not. I’m tremendously excited to get the CDC cleaned up. I think there’s a lot of problems there, we’ve seen in the vaccine studies. But we have to be advocating as citizens to try to make these government agencies work well.
Here’s just one quick example. I read this article in 2007; I contacted the author. He had published that just breathing oxygen would help your red blood cells develop and you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on EPO drugs. I said, “This is a great research.” He says, “That’s been published for five years; you’re the first person to call me.” Just breathing oxygen, right, you can do that or you can spend thousands of dollars on red blood cell medications.
So, the symptom is a healing gesture. Why do we blame the symptoms if we don’t blame the ambulances at the site of an accident, right? Nobody blames the ambulances for causing the problem, and the symptoms are not the real issues, so I’m kind of kicking a dead horse. It goes back to Samuel Hahnemann, the father of homeopathy.
This is my daughter Sarah, who is finishing her last year in medical school as an osteopath at my favorite statue, this is a shrine to the father of homeopathy, and he said, “Like cures like.” He quit his medical practice because he was not helping people. He felt that the training of the day was hurting people more than was helping people, and he quit his practice and he created homeopathy.
Ty Bollinger: Wow – that’s great information from Dr. Brad Weeks who is a good friend of ours. We hope you learned a lot from this video.
Charlene Bollinger: If you did, please share this on social media and let your friends and family know about The Truth About Cancer. Thanks and God bless!