Not getting a CT Scan (otherwise known as a CAT Scan) may actually save your life.
In an article posted on naturalnews.com, evidence found that every year an estimated 14,000 Americans are dying from the after effects of a CAT Scan. That’s right, the very test meant to help discover a problem may actually be the source of it.
So what would you think if the FDA knew about these effects for a while but chose not to make the public aware?
That’s exactly what happened. According to Natural News’ site, scientists have brought forth their information to the FDA but the FDA chose to hide it, even letting one of their employees go for refusing to keep quiet about it.
As the site notes, the information gathered through research about CT Scans’ side effects erupted after the FDA quickly sought to approve General Electric (GE)’s request to have CT Scans be used for colon cancer testing. Scientists argued that the effects of this test may have more downfalls due to the radiation emitted from the test (causing cancer in some) rather than benefits.
Road Scholar Transport is in favor of promoting a healthy lifestyle, which is why we have the 10 Million Miles to a Cure Awareness Campaign, dedicated to making people aware nationwide of the many diseases affecting lives today…one mile at a time.
Through our rolling billboards, and of course the help of our customers, we are spreading awareness for several affiliations ranging from cancer foundations to the Flight 93 Memorial Fund.
Visit www.roadscholar.com/awareness to view a list of our charities and pictures of our trailers.
Want to see our awareness trailers in person? Check out our upcoming appearances:
~September 25th-Breast Cancer Trailer in Hudson, MA
~October 9th-Breast Cancer Trailer in Rhode Island
~October 10th-Autism Truck in New Jersey