Profits Galore: ‘Global Cancer Drug Spending Hits $100 Billion in 2014

“Worldwide spending on cancer medicines reached $100 billion in 2014, an increase of 10.3 percent from 2013 and up from $75 billion five years earlier, according to IMS Health’s Global Oncology Trend Report released on Tuesday.” [1]

One hundred billion dollars is a lot of money. However, when it comes to cancer drug spending, that amount will likely skyrocket over the next few years. Of course, profits will escalate as well, which is exactly why there is now an overwhelming disincentive to find a real ‘cure’ for cancer.

For the uninitiated it’s important to understand that finding a cure for cancer has never been taken seriously by the medical establishment. Anyone who has ever stepped forward with a potential cure has been either persecuted or prosecuted, stripped of their professional licenses or bankrupted, mocked and vilified. The world has seen these and similar scenarios play out time and again.

They already know what the cures for cancers are. 

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