Critics of modern medicine have been particularly cynical when it comes to how serious thecancer industry and medical science are in finding cures for some diseases, especially those which generate billions of dollars in profits annually for drug makers.

In 2012 alone, for instance, Americans spent $325.8 billion on medications, and that was a year when medication spending declined for the first time in decades.

Spending on cold and flu medications runs into the billions each year; so, too, does spending on cancer — both illnesses that some see as too lucrative to cure.

And now it seems that More Doctors Confessing To Intentionally Diagnosing Healthy People With Cancer To Make Money