Treating cancer is one of the world’s most lucrative industries. Spending on cancer drugs hit the $100 billion mark in 2014, and is expected to reach $147 billion by 2018, according to IMS Health’s Global Oncology Trend Report.
Based on these numbers, one can easily imagine the threat a cure for cancer would pose to the pharmaceutical industry, hospitals, doctors and government health programs, which is why the deaths of dozens of holistic practitioners has raised suspicions.
The most recent death is that of Dr. Rod Floyd, a practicing chiropractor who also worked as an Associate Professor and Faculty-Clinician with the Palmer College of Chiropractic at Port Orange, Fla. A staunch advocate of holistic medicine, Floyd is described by his wife as being “hearty and healthy,” illustrating the strangeness of his untimely death.
Floyd suddenly passed away late last month when he and his wife were sitting in their…
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