In the 70s it was still possible to find doctors practicing medicine. Health care was then privatized and the slow creep of the medical insurance takeover was under way. Currently, it seems, the quality and level of medical care available is determined by insurance companies who make dictates based on spreadsheets and bottom lines – not curing bodies. We have also arrived at a time where most treatment involves drugs and it is very rare for diet to be included in doctor issued prescriptions. In an age of change is it possible to re-establish what is helpful versus what is profitable? Will the needs and hopes and dreams of living men and women find the spotlight on this stage once again or will death based medicine prevail for another cycle? The skyclock continues to roll by, over many un-seeing eyes.