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World Health Organization Secrecy Surrounding the Swine Flu Raises More Red Flags

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Comment by Ed Price
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Just look at the American Heart Association as an 

"A pioneering group of physicians and social workers formed the first Association for the Prevention and Relief of Heart Disease in New York City in 1915. ..." 

"Recognizing the need for a national organization to share research findings and promote further study, six cardiologists representing several groups founded the American Heart Association in 1924. ..." 

"By the late 1930s, AHA members began considering ways to expand their activities to reach the general public. ..." 

"The American Heart Association made its public debut in late 1948 during a network radio contest, ..." 

"They launched the first national fund-raising campaign the following year in February 1949, raising $2.7 million. ..." 

So, why don't we have a cure for heart disease? The roots of this AHA thing are almost 100 years old.

Doesn't it seem that the AHA heart disease monster has grown to inordinately gigantic proportions without really finding any cure? Is it possible that it is the same for all the other diseases in the world? Might it be that the whole medical industry has grown first and foremost into a money-making racket, operated through keeping people sick rather than making them well? 


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