Doctors spend an average of 11 years in Rockefeller foundation universities being mind controlled, kidney specialist 15 years (including 3 years required in hospital). Only 6% receive nutrition training. Also, 10 or more pharmaceutical reps are in offices each day.
The average tuition for the first year is $25,000. Additionally, there are fees for books, housing, meals, student fees, traveling, etc, 78% have debt over $100,000, 42% over $150,000.
Many doctors work long hours, at all times of day and night more than 60 hours a week. They have large expenses such as insurance, office space and employees.
I had interactions with over 100 physicians for more than 5 years. Yes, there are some ego driven pharmaceutical nuts that will not listen to reason. However, many care about their patients. We must admit they do save lives, they do make necessary repairs and diagnostics. It is not all about writing dangerous pharmaceuticals.
Also, only some physicians receive samples and no narcotics are sampled. In addition, not all receive goodies from pharmaceutical companies.