There is no way to determine beforehand whether or not the dose you are taking is safe and effective -- you can only rely on the assumption that the drug has been manufactured according to rigorous standards and thoroughly tested in regard to its efficacy and purity.
Almost 50 percent of Americans believe in at least one medical conspiracy theory, says a new survey, but given the known deception of the medical establishment, government and Big Pharma, it is surprising that that percentage isn't higher.
It appears as though mega-media enterprise Google (remember when it was just a search engine?) is expanding its corporate horizons. Now, it seems, the company wants to "protect" our pharmaceutical supplies.
A recent study conducted by Yale University's School of Medicine proves that the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) approval process for testing new drugs is extremely inconsistent. The study, published on January 21 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, exposes the agency's anxiousness to get new drugs onto the market, many without adequate testing.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is the subject of a new investigation aimed at uncovering what really took place during the 2009 global influenza pandemic, which led to tens of millions of people being vaccinated for so-called "swine flu." A joint investigation by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) has already uncovered major conflicts of interest at WHO, whereby vaccine companies profited heavily from the pandemic and the mass hysteria that it generated.
Drugs companies need compliant consumers to grow their profits. You see – big pharma investments are huge and success is a must from the development stage to full-scale commercial production. It takes a lot of hard work not to miss an opportunity to fill a gap in the sick care market; from formulation to clinical trials the costs are enormous.
Pharmaceutical companies have an interest in defining and protecting their pharmaceutical brands, but without patient compliance they will not have a commercially successful product. In other words, the more pills they sell the better. So, big pharma has designed a way to monitor your (toxic) drug consumption.