Category: Big Pharma

Major Development in Autism-Vaccine Controversy

Congressman: Corruption in CDC’s Vaccine Safety Studies Like SEC’s Handling of Bernie Madoff Scandal Congressman Bill Posey Has Strong Words for Government Agency. Concludes: “I think the CDC Should Be Investigated.” In an April 8 interview on AutismOne’s A Conversation of Hope radio show, Congressman Bill Posey’s strong resolve and demands for transparency were evident as…

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Fish exposed to antidepressants exhibit altered behavior

Amsterdam, April 16, 2014 – Fish exposed to the antidepressant Fluoxetine, an active ingredient in prescription drugs such as Prozac, exhibited a range of altered mating behaviours, repetitive behaviour and aggression towards female fish, according to new research published on in the latest special issue of Aquatic Toxicology: Antidepressants in the Aquatic Environment. The authors…

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Industry physician: “Gardasil will be the greatest medical scandal of all times”

by Sandy Lunoe The temperature of the heated controversy concerning Gardasil was recently raised even more when Dr. Bernhard Dalbergue (France), former pharmaceutical industry physician with Merck, recently predicted that the vaccine will become the greatest medical scandal of all times. In an interview in the April 2014 issue (no. 66) of the magazine Principes…

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Tamiflu: A High Cost of Ineffectiveness?

by Catherine J. Frompovich Recently, information began surfacing again about the antiviral drug Tamiflu® that has to get healthcare consumers questioning its effectiveness, if not the advertising spin used to promote its intended sales market and branding. As a result of the Cochrane Collaboration and British Medical Journal (BMJ) review published early in April 2014,…

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Roche Hid Drug Trial Results: Pandemic Flu Drug Works No Better Than Acetaminophen

by Lizzie Bennett The Cochrane Collaboration is a group of independent scientists and doctors who produce evidence based reports that are provided to healthcare decision makers around the world. They have come to the conclusion that Tamiflu and Relenza, the two drugs stockpiled for use in flu pandemics, are no better than acetaminophen for treating…

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Antipsychotic drug use among ADHD-diagnosed foster care youth is increasing

Antipsychotic medications are often used for unlabeled indications, such as treatment of children and adolescents with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The results of a study of “atypical antipsychotic” drug use among youths with ADHD, comparing age groups, Medicaid eligibility, and presence in foster care are presented in Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, a peer-reviewed…

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Here’s Why Radiation and Chemotherapy Should Not Be The Only Two Approved Treatments For Cancer

by Arjun Walia In the United States there are only two approved treatments for cancer – radiation and chemotherapy. Despite the fact that chemotherapy fuels cancer growth and kills the patient more quickly, nothing has changed. Despite numerous alternative treatments that are now coming to the forefront, the medical industry continues to promote and push…

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CDC Reports Autism Increases to 1 in 68 Children

By Kenny Valenzuela [Editor]: Autism rates continue to rapidly increase in shorter amounts of time… Research links posted below… Image source: WGN News Autism rates rise 30 percent in two-year span: CDC U.S. autism rate surges, CDC reports Vaccines Linked to Childhood Cancers CDC: 1 in 68 U.S. children has autism How to get Vaccination…

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Mumps Breakout in Ohio May Prove Something

by Catherine Frompovich Ohio State University reports a breakout of mumps, a communicable infectious disease that affects the salivary [parotid] glands that also can cause other health problems, some serious, e.g., meningitis and deafness. If mumps occurs in older males (> 12 y/o), there’s a possibility of mumps contributing to infertility. According to Patient.co.uk /…

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