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Confessions of a representative of the Pharmaceutical Industry
07-06-2011, 04:56 PM #1
Funkey Walker Member
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good stuff & everybody should watch this. she worked in the business for 15 years - and says everything most of us always knew.




07-06-2011, 07:27 PM #2
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Nice find, hi5.gif She hit the nail on the head!

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07-06-2011, 08:09 PM #3
Upāsaka Member
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Health through natural resources, I found much better than big pharma products. Evil people control it from Corporations down to the nurses & doctors, they don't want to discuss natural therapies and cures. They looked at me as if I was crazy, when I mentioned I tried alternative treatments.
07-07-2011, 01:31 PM #4
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(07-06-2011, 08:09 PM)Prometheus Wrote:  Health through natural resources, I found much better than big pharma products. Evil people control it from Corporations down to the nurses & doctors, they don't want to discuss natural therapies and cures. They looked at me as if I was crazy, when I mentioned I tried alternative treatments.

cheers.gif Right you are P! I reversed a under-active thyroid with iodine naturally found in kelp of all things. The medical establishment wanted to put me on thyroxin, an artificial hormone, that actually shuts the thyroid down. wtf2.gif

Found this little relevant gem:
Quote:Study: Stop-smoking drug Chantix ups risk of heart problems

"Chantix is causing the problems it's supposed to prevent," Singh said, noting that, in addition to certain cancers, smoking increases heart risks. "Don't use Chantix, and try to quit unassisted," he said. "If you can't, there are other cheaper and safer alternatives."

"Another study author, Dr. Curt D. Furberg, a professor of public health sciences at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, N.C., said they found that the risks associated with Chantix outweigh any potential benefits.

"Chantix can cause cardiovascular problems, and this is on top of other bad news about the drug," he said. The FDA in 2009 mandated that Chantix carry a "black-box" warning about the potential risks of psychiatric problems, including depression and suicidal thoughts.

Chantix is not that effective in helping people quit smoking, he said. "If 10 people start on the drug, nine are back smoking after one year," he added. "The benefit is modest at best."

Read more: yourlife.usatoday.com

A great example of unsafe medicine allowed by the FDA that causes more harm than good. The upside is big pharma has plenty of aluminum/fluoride base docility induces to alleviate your little psychiatric problems, suicidal thoughts and depression. 13.gif
fuckers.

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