Medical freedom does not exist in America.
Dr. Benjamin Rush, one of the signers of the U.S. Constitution, saw the risk of medical monopoly to public and individual health. Rush believed that the right to medical freedom should be imprinted into the Bill of Rights. Medical freedom, he thought, was just as important as freedom of speech and freedom of religion.
Medical care in America is political. It is what the “consensus of medical opinion” says it is. “Consensus of medical opinion” is mysteriously stamped on American medicine as a control system to create conformity; alias monopoly. Medical monopoly kills medical freedom and causes costs to skyrocket.
Medical care today is commerce. It’s money, and healthcare is only incidental.
To get serious healthcare in America today, one has to avoid the “consensus of medical opinion” and seek out alternative medical care wherever it can be found.