Executive Summary

  • This article is for those reaching out to Brightwork Research Treatment Database who are not subscribers.


Some people find our website and reach out to us for information who are not subscribers.

The Reality of Free Medical Information

It feels good to get information for free. Yet, this approach has several problems with looking for medical information.

  • Probably the biggest issue is that the information is usually rigged to benefit the provider of the product or service
  • This is because the work put into accumulating this information and maintaining the website has to be paid for somehow.

How Does the Establishment Media Cover the Medical Space?

If we look at the medical information available in the establishment media — we find it is highly supportive of the medical establishment.

  • This explains why they promoted so much false information during the covid pandemic.
  • The information was free to readers, but it only supported the desires of advertisers — so, in this case, the pharmaceutical companies.

Who Are the Major Providers of Medical Information?

If you look at significant information providers such as these sources.

  • FDA, CDC, WHO, NIH, etc..
  • WebMD
  • RxList (which is a subsidiary of WebMD)
  • Healthline
  • Drugs.com
  • Mayo Clinic
  • Medical school websites
  • Hospital websites

All of these sources provide pharmaceutical and medical equipment manufacturers with biased information related to health.

However, they have something else in common.

They all provide this information for free.

And this is the problem — they provide free information that serves the industry, not the consumer. Along with the establishment media, none of these entities provided accurate information during the covid pandemic/plandemic. They are restricted in providing true things but contradict their funders’ financial incentives.

That is because readers do not fund them. So they serve another master. This same phenomenon is repeated across all industries. The information provider seeks other funding when the reader is not contributing to the information provider.

Which Medical Websites Answer Questions for Free?

There is no website in the medical space we know of that answers questions for free, and if they did, it would only be to direct the reader to use the product for one of the funders. So there is no reason to expect that we are a site that does this.

We provide excellent research and independent health information, which takes our time and resources to produce. This requires funding by subscribers as we don’t contact Pfizer to ask them for funding to write articles for our site, as does WebMD.

This is also why we restrict all question answering to subscribers to the site.

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