Amy Pond wrote:
Then why are you more sceptical of those saying it works than those saying it doesn't? The ones saying it does are medical institutions which go through rigorous testing and scientific procedure; the ones that don't are far more likely to be in it for the money, especially these youtube folk.
Which is kind of the point. The ones who don't normally aren't "in it for money" as that's the other way around.
You can't deny that many Scientist/Nurses or anyhting of the sort happen to be in it just for the sake of it. Whenver you hear people nowadays, they're saying "yeah, I'll make this much, that's the only reason why I'm doing it". This day and age, it's only for the money, and less of helping others. So, they'll say whatever they have to for the profit. It's not rocket science.
I work in a free clinic when i'm not on call during the weekends, and I don't get paid for it. On top of that, when I am on call, i'm not making 30 dollars an hour, I work in a public hospital and get paid a public wage. The argument that people in the medical profession are in it for the money is one of the most infuriating opinions ever. Until you've worked with all this spectrum of people, you can't even begin to tell who's doing it for whatever reason. My fiancé is in this because she wants to avert cancer, because she had it herself for ten years of her fucking life. We stand up for a goddamn medical oath which if not led will get us fired and our medical licenses revoked. Your generalizing opinion on this is disgusting