What Are We?

  • We are a research website that provides an analysis of medical treatments that are independent of the medical system.
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Introduction

  • This is one of the only sites that provide independent coverage, explanation of medical treatments, and supporting educational material to help you understand it all.
  • This information is research-based but written for people trying to determine the best treatment and health maintenance options.

Introductory Video

See our introductory video to learn about this site.

Hopefully, this video explains the website.

Now let us discuss the advantages of a site subscription in more detail.

Benefit #1: Not Controlled by Medical Authorities

If you check all or nearly all of the sources on medical treatments, you will find that they are highly consistent with the medical authorities. If you go to a hospital, that hospital has very little leeway in what they can offer you — and it has to be consistent with what pharma and medical device manufacturers want. Hospitals know the typical medical knowledge of patients is low, and they take advantage of that and provide highly controlled information.

When evaluating health information, one of the most important factors to consider is the financial conflicts of the information provider. 

Financial interests highly control the medical authorities. Hospitals, medical schools, and entities like the American Cancer Society have enormous and undeclared financial ties to the treatments they promote.

Neither these medical authorities nor those that provide compliant coverage of medical authority advice disclose their financial conflicts to their audience and pretend they are “just about public health.” Many of these entities also function as non-profits and pay no taxes even though they are run as rapacious profit-maximizing entities. Hospitals are a perfect example of this.

How Do You Get Independent Information Not Controlled by Big Pharma, the NIH, and Other Corrupt Entities?

We have no financial ties with the NIH, CDC, FDA, or pharmaceutical companies and therefore don’t have to function as a PR front end for any of these entities. These entities only tangentially support public health, care about their financial biases, and increase their power and funding. Many people look up free medical information online without realizing that popular websites like MedMD and Mayo Clinic have total financial conflicts, a subject we cover in the article Reason to Subscribe: Supporting Independent Medical Analysis.

There is no regulation of online medical information — and if there were, the only regulation would be whether the entity publishes information consistent with these same funders.

Our lack of connection to these entities and the fact we don’t look for funding from them means we can tell you the truth that those with financial conflicts cannot.

Mainstream News Segments That Promote Pharmaceutical Messaging

All major establishment media (ABC, NBC, DW, NYT, etc..) are filled with false information about the effectiveness of the vaccines, which is easily disproven by simply reading the submission to the FDA, and this is just the tip of the iceberg. All of the major establishment media interview MDs, which pharmaceutical companies recommend. They will not interview MDs with independent views.

During this segment, Maddow is entirely incorrect in all of her assertions — the network MSNBC is essentially a front end for drug companies, and for what Jimmy Dore estimates is $100,000 per day, Maddow will say anything put in front of her.

Benefit #2: The Ability to be Honest About Treatments That Don’t Work and Or Have Strongly Negative Adverse Events

If you read websites on treatments, you will find treatments that are poorly rated or do not work at all that is recommended. Such websites are highly reticent to cover the reality of treatments that do not work. They cover FDA-approved drugs without telling the reader that the FDA regularly approves ineffective and dangerous drugs.

The Natural Impact on Health Care Costs

This is one of the reasons why the US has health care costs that are 1/3 more than the following most expensive country in the world (which is Switzerland). These costs would be easy to decrease, but the healthcare entities spend on lobbying to prevent that from happening. Politicians accept bribes to keep healthcare costs high.

Furthermore, with all of this expenditure, the US has health outcomes at the level of countries that spend 1/5 as much per person.

How the Medical Establishment Hides the Reality of Older Versus New Drugs

The reality is that older drugs are typically better than new drugs, more proven, and safer, and most older drugs are off-patent. Some of the best drugs are decades old. Conversely, most new cancer drugs are ineffective and far more dangerous than older drugs. This is because drug companies have already found more effective chemical compounds. However, the medical system is set up to move patients to newer drugs.

Benefit #3: Learning About Ineffective Treatments

An enormous number of drugs and treatments are either completely ineffective or effective in the short term but have many negative long-term consequences. You cannot find out what is effective by using the establishment of medical sources like WebMD or the CDC, or Healthline because they are front ends for those entities that make money from these ineffective treatments.

Benefit #4: Translation and Effort

Scientific studies are written for those in the field and are not designed to be understood by laypeople. What makes it worse is that the pharmaceutical companies rig the studies. You have to have experience evaluating studies to catch the issues. We check the quality and translate studies into understandable terms that have real meaning for those looking for the best treatment.

Furthermore, most of the papers we review are lengthy, and most people are not interested in reading them or trying to figure out which parts are relevant to their treatment decision and which are not.

You can think of us as a bit like Consumer Reports but for treatments. We are huge fans of Consumer Reports, and like them, we have no financial conflicts to keep us from publishing what is true.

Consumer Reports does not make drugs a major focus. Still, when they do cover the topic, as in this issue above, they provide very important information to the public. This issue focusing on prescription pricing was educational, but the best prices greatly change depending on the drug’s price. 

“Arrogare”: Claiming The Right of Knowledge for Oneself

This is a great scene from the movie Lorenzo’s Oil. This movie is based on a true story, showing that the medical establishment was wrong in the case of Adrenoleukodystrophy. The parents, Augusto and Michaela Odone, played by Susan Sarandon and Nick Nolte, were correct. In this scene, Augusto states that he “claims the right” to seek answers to help his sick son.

Why the Medical Establishment Wants Passive Lemming Patients Who Do Not Question

Back then, as today, the US medical establishment does not tolerate people who question their approach. It does not even tolerate MDs questioning the advice of the health authorities and pharmaceutical companies. If anything, there is even more top-down control by the corrupt medical authorities than when the Odones’ were going through this.

This is a very important movie; in fact, it is one of the most important ever made in medical history — which, curiously, as with the case of the disease Adrenoleukodystrophy, is never referred to by the medical establishment. Every time the medical establishment is wrong, they cover that error up. They are aggressively using the establishment media to help cover up all the areas they were wrong on covid.

Benefit #5: Drug Pricing and Sourcing

Subscribers get drug pricing performed by us. Drug pricing is a major issue because the variance in the price of the same drug depends upon its source. Sourcing is much more tricky than it first appears, as the manufacturer’s location is very important. You get our drug pricing and sourcing experience included in your subscription.

Conclusion

We are your guide through the medical system and its treatments and health maintenance. Do you remember all the false information the media and medical authorities communicated during covid? They do the same thing with other topics, but those topics are less exposed.

Health Maintenance + Medical Treatment Analysis

Most people that become subscribers are dealing with a medical condition; however, our articles also focus on what to do to prevent illness.

Why Should You Trust Us?

First, it will be apparent when you read the articles that we have put the work into the research. However, many MDs are knowledgeable but still end up being untrustworthy. Our “secret sauce” is that we have no financial conflicts. We are only selling information. We do not make money from chemotherapy or any other treatment. That ensures that we always provide financially unbiased information to you.

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Comments from People Who Benefited from The Site

Comment #1: Unique Information

What I really liked about BRTD is that it had articles that gave me information I could not have gotten from other sources. I also found a ton of references that if I wanted I could check on. - Susan Lewis

Comment #2: Staying Away From Problematic Treatments

I was overwhelmed with information while trying to figure out what to do regarding a health emergency. The best thing for me was I felt the site was reliable. The research is top notch and and shows support for why it says what it does. The explanations also made a lot of sense, and it helped me stay away from some problematic treatments that I was very seriously considering for my wife - Sam Roberts

Comment #3: Extra Dimension of Analysis

I want to see my doctor about a mental issue with my son, and I found out information at this site (BRTD) about side effects from the ADHD medication that the doctor never shared with me. I am at a loss as to why the problems the studies showed that were so clearly laid out at this site, but without any of that information explained to me at the doctor's office. - Rebecca Schumacher

Comment #4: Top Flight Support

This site (BRTD) has top flight support. Julie Ryan is both responsive, and understands the articles and has been able to point me in the right direction several times now. I don't know of another site like this that has this type of customer service, even more impressive when you consider the cost. All the communication is through texting, which is very convenient for me. Normally I get a response within a few hours - Tim Anders

How The Site Works

  • The site is based on a monthly subscription, allowing us to fund the research. You can stop being a subscriber at any time. You can do it yourself or contact us. 
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