700+ American Doctors Given Over $1M Each From Big Pharma To Push Drugs & Medical Devices

Nurse Sonia Cass

MFP Commentary:
At the Fordland Medical Clinic  they get their kickbacks in the form of actual cash in exchange for mindlessly pushing “Federal Health Mandates” that upon closer inspection look like thinly veiled Nazi eugenics.   How about the “mandate” to force full mouth dental x rays on patients with a family history of brain cancer?  How about criminally disarming ( 1)  patients creating a  gun free “killing zone” at the facility?   Sonia Cass is one of the lead non thinking group thinkers there.  Search for her name here on MFP to learn more about her.  If she could get big pharma kickbacks for pushing deadly chemo on you I think that she would be all too  happy to comply.  She already pushes vaccines that are full of cancer virus’s on the patients in order to please her God, the Federal Health Care mandates.
IF you dare speak out about your concerns,  she will have you banned from using any resources at the facility including denying the poor and elderly  dental care because the clinic is the only sliding scale clinic in the area.  She may look benign, but hers is the face of evil.  Satan as you know can appear as an angel of light….

By Richard Enos
Collective Evolution
November 5, 2019

700+ American Doctors Given Over $1M Each From Big Pharma To Push Drugs & Medical Devices

In a very thorough and revealing analysis of statistical industry payment data, ProPublica disclosed that more than 2,500 physicians have received at least half a million dollars apiece from drugmakers and medical device companies in the past five years alone, while more than 700 of those doctors received at least $1 million, and that doesn’t include money for research or royalties from inventions.

In their article, the authors note that their previous analysis in 2013, which found out that 1 doctor had made $1 million and 21 doctors had made over $500,000 for the same reasons, was expected to be a wake-up call for more effective scrutiny, oversight, and challenges to these payments. Instead, these types of payments have become much more commonplace….Read More