I suddenly saw the light. This adds up with any health issues. Treatment based on statistics might sound like a good idea and it might look good on paper. You all know the story! A person with thyroid issues is given a certain medication because it looks good on a paper. Blood levels improve, and on a paper it really looks like the patient is cured. In the big picture it is not relevant whether patient feels good, as long as blood tests backs up the statistics. I assume this is because medical companies are looking for profit, not curing people.
Unfortunately when doctors are trained by medical companies they are not trained to treat us as individuals. In some cases when we end up thinking doctors dont care, it might be because they just dont know nor understand.
This is how they sell statins, they make statistics looks better than the reality.