Saturday, March 11, 2017 by News Editors
Taking ‘kickbacks’ from an industry one is a professional in, or involved with, has been classified in several ways. The insurance industry calls it “rebating” . Kickbacks also have been defined as “bribery” . There’s an online site about “kickbacks in U.S. history” wherein the Cornhusker Kickback is mentioned. That ‘affair’ involved congressional Democrats not having enough votes for ObamaCare to pass. According to that website, Democratic Senator Ben Nelson’s vote supposedly was bought in exchange for some “pork” for his home state of Nebraska. However, that ‘pork pie’ did not go over well, so the final upshot from congressional haggling was that all states would receive the same perks as Nebraska.
(Article by Catherine J. Frompovich republished from ActivistPost.com)
Nevertheless, how many healthcare consumers are aware their medical doctors also take kickbacks or get perks from Big Pharma? Medical Press published the article “What’s the real extent of industry payments to doctors?”, which ought to enlighten patients and consumers as to why they may be taking so many prescription drugs and why parents are bombarded with mandatory vaccines for their children or else become ‘divorced’ from their family doctor’s practice.
A survey was taken with the results published in the Journal of Internal Medicine. That survey, according to Medical Press, indicates “more than three in every five Americans see a doctor who receives some form of payment from industry.” 
That survey claims 65 percent of respondents visited a practitioner who took payments or kickbacks.
Read more at: ActivistPost.com