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[Contents] Dedication and Acknowledgments Foreword by Roland Gahler Prologue 1 A Matter of Trust - Making Medicine or Making Money 2 The Number One Thing that They Don't Want You to Know 3 An Overlooked Goal to Healing - Removing Obstacles to a Cure 4 Functional Medicine versus the Treatment of Disease 5 Is Symptom-relief a Path to Bad Medicine? 6 Creating a Market vs. Providing a Cure 7 Exploiting the Cholesterol Myth 8 Drugs are Less Powerful than our Attitude 9 Drugs Cannot Overcome a Poor Diet or Unhealthy Lifestyle 10 Looking Behind the Headlines and Through the Bias 11 How to Get Well Appendix Notes Index
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Pharmaceutical industry -- Corrupt practices -- United States.