DO YOU HAVE A HEALTHCARE PLAN B?
It is imperative that you tend to your Plan B program, whether you decide to stay in Dodge (the US) or not!
One significant part of your preparation should be to put together a medicine cabinet, because when the Unaffordable Healthcare Act fully kicks in, it may not be possible to secure critical prescription items such as antibiotics, even with a prescription. Yet it is possible to acquire antibiotics and other items today without a prescription.
Furthermore, as has already been the case in Canada for some years under socialized medicine, certain surgical procedures may be unavailable because of your lack of "social utility," especially depending on your age. Or wait lines may be so long that your prognosis changes from problematic to critical during the intervening time.
Also, new medical modalities may not be available here in the United States. This is why, as part of your Plan B, you need to know about medical tourism, through which it will be possible to access new alternatives, and to do so far less expensively than in the U.S.
For example, at Kumrungrad International Hospital in Bangkok, it is now possible to obtain excellent medical services at superior prices, often so much better that your savings are enough to pay for first class transportation and a vacation to boot or to plow back into Plan B. With over 1,000 doctors, this Bangkok hospital has not only caught up to western standards, but in many ways exceeded them.
The healthcare storm that is mounting could significantly affect your ability to stay well and even stay alive. And this is why you must attend the TTP co-sponsored Life Enhancement Symposium in Las Vegas this month, March 22-24.
This amazing symposium is a matchlessly rare opportunity to learn about some of the most up-to-date developments in optimizing and extending your life from a number of the best minds in the field, including Durk Pearson, who Jack Wheeler has called "the smartest man I’ve ever known in my life." From Durk, along with his scientific partner Sandy Shaw, you will learn practical methods you can currently use to maintain and enhance your health, as well as how to integrate new knowledge that can bolster your Plan B program.
Among the other speaker’s are two practicing physicians, Terry Grossman, M.D. and Ward Dean, M.D. Ward will talk about how we got to where we are, what’s right and what’s wrong, and how to take advantage of what the future portends if we are to maintain or obtain greater health and more strength.
Terry will talk about medical tourism, the reasons for its increasing popularity, which countries are significantly involved, and what types of treatments are available, including options for alternative medicine.
In addition, there will be a lot more, so much more that according to Jack Wheeler, "I guarantee what you’ll learn will blow you away in its value to your life." The TTP co-sponsored Life Enhancement Symposium in Las Vegas this month, March 22-24 will help you to add more years to your life, and more life to your years. I hope to see you there.
Will Block is founder and president of Life Enhancement.