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  • We are a research website that provides an analysis of medical treatments that are independent of the medical system.
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  • This is one of the only sites providing independent coverage, medical treatment explanations, 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.

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Benefit #1: Getting Independent Information Not Controlled by Big Pharma, the NIH, and Other Corrupt Entities

Many people look up free medical information online without realizing that popular websites like MedMD and Mayo Clinic have financial conflicts, a subject we cover in the article Reason to Subscribe: Supporting Independent Medical Analysis.

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.

Why Not Just “Trust Your Doctor?”

Should You Trust Your Doctor – Well, what are your doctor’s training, allegiance, and financial incentives? The statement trust your doctor assumes that the doctor’s interests are aligned with the patient; however, in many cases, that is not true.

MDs are part of the medical establishment, which is very corrupt, which we cover in great detail. MDs cannot diverge much from the medical establishment as they can be punished. Secondly, they are aligned with many treatments that are not effective but happen to be very profitable. Is that a coincidence? Probably not.

You can read about this topic in The Question of Finding an MD to Work With You on Ivermectin for Cancer

Benefit #2: Information and Recommended Source On Ivermectin

We have the most research on Ivermectin, which includes many topics (See our Ivermectin Article Index), including dosage, sourcing, safety, and the testing evidence for Ivermectin versus many different types of cancer, autoimmune disease, and much more.

You get our recommended Ivermectin source, which we have tested for bioequivalence on animals — which is a real test, not a test that can be faked. Most Ivermectin buyers buy Ivermectin without knowing the correct dosage or if the Ivermectin they are purchasing is bioequivalent. Without our bioequivalence tested Ivermectin, you need to take less MG and save money. Furthermore, our source makes it simple to buy Ivermectin. We have also reviewed the source’s customer service with our subscribers.

You can read about this topic at Our Ivermetin Bioequivalence Testing.

We do not provide a list of MDs — but you don’t need an MD to take Ivermectin. We provide all the information you need at the site.

Our source makes it easy to access Ivermectin. The price is between $145 for 600 MG and $275 for 1200 MG.

*For Cancer Patients

We also cover in individual articles the different known mechanisms by which Ivermectin works against cancer.

“Our Ivermectin calculator includes studies for fighting cancer and developing dosage estimation. Therefore, the dosage estimate you receive is effective against multiple types of cancer.”

Benefit #3: Learn About Actual Treatment Effectiveness and Side Effects

Most treatments are exaggerated in effectiveness and have minimized side effects and long-term consequences hidden from the public by MDs. Our articles on treatments and drugs provide honest information about treatments you can’t find from MDs or standard medical websites.

*For Cancer Patients

You cannot find out what is effective by either meeting with oncologists (as they are required to support ineffective treatments as a condition of employment) or by using the establishment of medical sources like WebMD, the CDC, or Healthline because they are front ends for those entities that make money from these ineffective treatments.

The Cancer Types and Cancer Types Shown to be Benefitted by Ivermectin

Melanoma, Breast, Lung, Pancreatic, Leukemia, Ovarian, Prostate, Brain, Cervical/Uterine, Colorectal, Lung, Gastric/Digestive and Urinary

This article answers the question of what to do if you don’t see your cancer on this list What About Cancers for Which There Are No Ivermectin Studies?

Benefit #4: A Site That Takes Patient’s Side

The vast majority of websites that cover medicine take the medical system’s side over the patient. We do the opposite. 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.

Sample Articles

These articles are representative of the articles on this website. You can read these sample articles without restrictions.

Why the NIH Does Not Have Any Studies on Ivermectin for Treating Cancer

The Testing Evidence for Using Ivermectin for Treating Prostate Cancer

How Does Ivermectin Prevent and Treat Leukemia?

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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.

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

Comment #5: The Gold Standard?

"Hello I’m just sending a Thank You . In case you haven’t been told today, your integrity and dedication to honest research is admirable and so greatly valued in many communities far and wide. Honesty will always be the gold standard !; Name: Jenna;"

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