The documentary will question what many believe are the deceitful practices of three major American industries that may exist solely for the benefit of their corporate shareholders rather than for the optimal health and wellbeing of our society. The goal for the campaign is $50,000 and will end Jan. 29, 2012.
"Incurable Diseases" Is it a Business? will compare the costly, FDA-approved and sometimes extreme medical procedures to treat diseases, to the alternative treatments that have cured many patients at a fraction of the cost and with reduced or little side effects.
"Sadly, the state of our nation's health is a lucrative business opportunity,"
Viewers will also be educated on the controversy surrounding GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) and how genetically modified food has been shown to cause immune dysfunction, organ damage and reproductive problems, yet is used widely in food products without proper labeling. There will also be an intense focus on the failure of California's Prop. 37, which would have required proper labeling of genetically modified food. The link between the unregulated beauty industry and deadly diseases will also be thoroughly investigated.
Experts from around the world will share their discoveries on alternative ways to cure the “incurable”
In addition, Sánchez and team said they will pursue an investigation with representatives from the FDA, USDA and other organizations.
"These organizations are supposed to protect society, rather than act as a marketing agent for pharmaceutical, medical, beauty and food industries,"
Sánchez and the team at COS Productions are relying on their crowd funding campaign to cover the cost of filming, traveling and production to finish "Incurable Diseases" Is it a Business? Interested individuals can donate anywhere from $5-$5,000, with rewards ranging from a sticker and T-shirt to associate producer credit in the documentary.
"We hope that everyone who believes there is a way to heal ourselves with alternative medicine will be inspired to support our project with a donation of any amount," said Sánchez. "We need an educated society to enforce better-regulated industries, more research and regulation of genetically modified organisms, and more access to alternative medicine over costly pharmaceutical and surgical options. However, we can't educate society without the funds to film the documentary. We hope people will realize the magnitude of this project and support our efforts to take back control of our society's health and wellness."
For more information or to donate, visit http://www.indiegogo.com/
About "COS Productions”
It’s a Florida based Production Company that believes in making films for a better world. COS Productions, produces films to create awareness on topics that are influential and important to our society. For more information, visit the documentary's website at http://www.incurablediseasesbiz.com