Gene Therapy: “It has already proven effective in clinical trials, curing people of leukemia who were otherwise certain to die, giving people their sight back, and already, there is one therapy approved for use in the European Union with several others approved in China.”
Gene Therapies Incredible Cures
Why Haven’t We Heard More About This?
Exactly the question I asked myself when I first came upon this article I found on Global Research. The answer of course is self evident. Greed.
As remarkable and as promising as gene therapy is, it poses an immense threat to the established healthcare industry. A shot in clinical trials using experimental equipment that costs only 20,000 USD to produce that cures leukemia, if brought into mainstream medicine would be cheaper still, and undercut existing and ineffective”treatments” that can reach costs in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Gene therapy is the new frontier of medical science and pharmaceutical research. Its a real game changer. So much so, it would bring an end to health care as we know it. This is not a treatment, it is a cure. It is a cure for cancer, genetic defects, blindness, deafness, diabetes, and potentially aging.
In the article, Big-Pharma Seeks Monopoly Over Life-Changing “Gene Therapy” the author sums it up quite clearly, “Gene therapy, then, is essentially a disruptive technology that brings various healthcare rackets to an abrupt halt along with all the vast wealth and unwarranted power and influence big-pharma has enjoyed over the decades.”
How can big-pharma continue on with its monopolies, wealth, and influence by curing everyone with one shot that costs almost nothing to make?
It has already proven effective in clinical trials, curing people of leukemia who were otherwise certain to die, giving people their sight back, and already, there is one therapy approved for use in the European Union with several others approved in China.
The most remarkable aspect of gene therapy is that it overwrites your DNA once, then your cells replicate that new DNA each time they divide. In essence, the cure becomes a permanent part of you. One shot, one cure, for life, or close to it.
Emily Whitehead today (left) after receiving revolutionary gene therapy developed by Pennsylvania University, and Emily Whitehead beforehand (right) at the end of failed conventional chemotherapy for her leukemia. Had she not received gene therapy as part of a clinical trial, she surely would not be alive today. Big-pharma believes only those willing to pay heavily for such “miracles” deserve to benefit from them.