Everyone involved in this situation deserves adequate medical care. However, this really will not be possible as long as the information available is based on profiting, as opposed to the whole truth. I am opposed to the information biasing that is going on in this field, and feel that it is having disastrous and destructive effects on individual human lives.
We have the right to make our own decisions, but *we must all bear the responsibility* for the consequences of our decisions on the rest of our lives. It is impossible for anyone to make right decisions if they are made to ignore any important aspect of reality. This is a good observation tho. Logically, I would not be a medical shill, b/c no loyal worker in the field would ever risk burying the medical industry in billions of dollars of lawsuits from iatrogenic diseases that the infrastructure manages to sweep under the carpet.
Frankly, I don’t like this thought either, b/c medical insurance, medical care, is way too high as it is, and the American version of public health care sucks as it is. The other suggestion, that I am employed by insurance companies, was made some time ago by a busy PS (that occasionally dabbles in bringing in more of his breast reduction business by pretending to be a woman who had the surgery early in ’99). I found this interesting. In my analysis, spectrum137 could logically be an agent of the insurance companies *if and only if* we assume an *actual conspiracy* of the American insurance industry.
The insurance industry is (somewhere within their data banks) aware of the situation, and it is a most critical one, a complete “damned if you do, damned if you don’t situation.” Furthermore, the medical insurance industry in the US is a victim here, originally conned into it like so many others, and they did not themselves make any profit at all from cooperation. It is quite logical that the I industry sees severe danger in this situation, and might employ an agent to diffuse the matter in a fashion that *protects them* from dibilitating lawsuits.