As for the issue of companies plotting to increase cancer rates: I can
see companies being insensitive to the impacts of their
technology/products, but I would be very surprised to find out a
(legal) company has actively taken steps to promote disease in order to
better position itself for future sales of medical services, drugs, etc. To
do this would be corporate suicide, unless you had 100% confidence
that you would NEVER be discovered -- after the developments with
tobacco over the past several years, I'd say nobody in the international
corporate world, individually or in aggregate, can be so confident. In
addition, unless they had a monopoly on the services/medical treatments
for cancer, there would be no guarantee that the offending company
would reap the rewards of the higher disease rate.
These conspiracy theories nearly always seem too far-fetched when
simple, blind greed can explain the outcome so much better.
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