It's been a tough few weeks for Big Pharma, as three major studies have now completely disproved the effectiveness of its most profitable drugs.
In yet another story of heartless price gouging, a pharmaceutical company has raised the price of a drug that was once free to more than $100,000 a year.
Books by doctors, such as Dr. Ravnskov and Dr. Kendrick, exposing the cholesterol and saturated fat myths have been around for decades.
by Paul Fassa Health Impact News
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Bernie and Donald AGREE On The “Big Pharma” Issue…
So why can’t we solve this problem, like yesterday?
Opinion by “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen
Lately, there has been speculation that there might have been influence by Big Pharma to BLOCK changes to the Health Care System, during the “Repeal and Replace ObamaCare” action.
Ty Bollinger: First of all you mentioned the fact that we’ve got the pharmaceutical industry. We’ve got kind of an industry driven by money, and we’ve got doctors that are really smart people today, brilliant medical doctors. They’re using treatments that really don’t seem to work as well as some of these natural things. Why is it?
Claiming a ‘Deadly Internet-Driven Cult’ is driving poor statin drug sales, a prominent cardiologist says the hundreds of ‘side effects' reported in the peer-reviewed medical literature and by patients are just ‘imagined.'
This story is all about big pharma marketing at its ‘best.’ You’ve probably seen the television commercials – attractive actors, glowing with health, ride horseback or swing tennis rackets while testifying to the ability of various cancer therapies to prolong life. Although a disclaimer (“these results are not typical”) always follows, the fine print doesn’t do much to dispel the powerful message of these upbeat commercials – that, with the right treatment, remission is within the cancer patient’s grasp. (Are you ready for the truth?)
A new report by the European Public Health Alliance has revealed that Big Pharma is fueling the spread of antibiotic resistance through pollution in their supply chains. It probably comes as no surprise that the pharmaceutical industry is apparently cutting corners when it comes to how they manufacture their products, but the fact that it directly contributes to the growing number of "superbugs" plaguing the global population is certainly quite concerning.
In 2015 the editor of the Lancet study admitted that pharmaceutical marketing is supported by deceitful research. Now, a new report issued by a distinguished doctor provides more insight into how drug companies manipulate scientific research in order to advance corporate interests in the realms of health and medicine.