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Re: ****PHARMA ADS On Curezone****
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Published: 15 years ago
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Re: ****PHARMA ADS On Curezone****

"Cure"Zone...whose trademarked byline is 'Educating INSTEAD of Medicating'.

The issue of not having decent search capability has always been a MAJOR shortcoming of Curezone, especially in this day & age of technology where functional search engines to choose from ABOUND (not to mention being extremely detrimental to the health/knowledge of those that seriously need to search, find and compare varying points of view for their health and education).

The questions that immediately comes foremost to my mind is why the Webmaster would want to limit people's ability to search the site for information and why -- by using an inferior search tool that is a KNOWN to be part & parcel with the global elite that places Big Pharm ads on the site that utilizes it (AND Google keeps a record of every search made using Google, along with the IP address of the person that did the search).

That's right folks, whenever you do a Google search, Google keeps a database that includes who you are and what you searched for! I haven't had time yet to research whether that applies to the various sites that use their search engine like Curezone, but if it does, then everytime one does a Curezone search, it's recorded in Google's database.

I, for one, sincerely hope the Webmaster will make the issue of "Educating instead of Medicating" more than just empty words & a catchy phrase. I can't see any reason for commercialism on a site that claims education to be it's sole aim.


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