Anonymous starting a revolution in The Jets Lounge Posted June 17, 2011 you're right, skinny people get cancer. However, there's 10 cures for cancer, 8 in which public medical doctors were the ones who found the cure (a very long time ago). But given that insurance companies cant make money with people having knowledge of the cure on a wide basis I guess that would make me alittle naive. "Laetrile", also known as vitamin b17 is one cure for the fungus called cancer. You can buy it at 500mg doses for about $100 on Amazon.com. Or you can eat alot of organic/non-gmo lima beans which has vitamin b17 in it. However, im not a certified doctor and what I state is only my opinion...nothing more. so please dont take my word on it. Im simply reporting what I found that the insurance company didnt tell me. As for the runners getting hit by cars or ailments like your son, I totally see the point to your statement, however, this expensive medical industry doesnt have to be so. If we actually had a "free market" in the medical field then by definition prices would drop and become affordable via competitive pricing. Given we have insurance companies that are being regulated by government statutes and in return given money from both sides we have a centralized monopoly of the medical field. Medical agencies that tell us what we should or shouldnt use based on their opinion of whats safe is only there to promote a particular drug and make the other illegal to use/prescribe. If we actually had a free market you wouldnt have to pay a bill for the rest of your life, though you pay insurance from your check every pay day for the rest of your life whether you use it or not anyway so whats the difference? Quack quack.