And there are many thoughts—Reams clearly knew the danger of all drugs, not just the illegal drugs that so worry the public. A careful read of CLOD leaves little doubt that Reams saw the drug industry as perhaps the biggest single threat to the life and health of all Americans. This one quote may sum the issue up best: “The drug establishment is trying to make people stay on drugs even when many medical doctors know that no drug can heal.” (page 102)
While the New York Times has little to fear, Carey Reams reaped scorn, derision, and even jail from powerful interests for his unrelenting message that drugs are deadly. I wonder if the Times will have the courage to report the news stamped on the other side of Dr. Reams’ coin: health exists in direct ratio to the restoration of the mineral supply of our depleted bodies. Yes, we can get well.