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A Brief History of the Drug War

Many currently illegal drugs, such as marijuana, opium, coca, and psychedelics have been used for thousands of years for both medical and spiritual purposes.
Why are some drugs legal and other drugs illegal today? It's not based on any scientific assessment of the relative risks of these drugs – but it has everything to do with who is associated with these drugs.
The first anti-opium laws in the 1870s were directed at Chinese immigrants. The first anti-cocaine laws, in the South in the early 1900s, were directed at black men. The first anti-marijuana laws, in the Midwest and the Southwest in the 1910s and 20s, were directed at Mexican migrants and Mexican Americans. Today, Latino and especially black communities are still subject to wildly disproportionate drug enforcement and sentencing practices.

Nazi-founded Bayer chemical company wants to buy Satan-inspired Monsanto for $42 billion... it's a perfect match made in chemical Hell

The Nazi-created Bayer company -- whose former chairperson Fritz ter Meer served a prison sentence for committing crimes against humanity -- wants to buy Monsanto for $42 billion, reports Bloomberg (link below).

For the First Time, Scientists Have Imaged the Brain on LSD

VICTORIA TURK, 14 April 2016
Researcher, drug policy reformer, and Countess of Wemyss Amanda Feilding made a promise to Albert Hofmann, the “father of LSD,” after meeting him in the 90s

Scientists May Make Cancer Immunotherapy Treatments More Precise With Breakthrough Discovery

Lecia Bushak, Mar 9, 2016
In a new study published in the journal Science, researchers from Cancer Research UK have identified a new way to sharpen the precision of cancer immunotherapy, a type of treatment that boosts the immune system in fighting and destroying cancer.

Maine governor calls on armed citizens to murder drug dealers as opioid/heroin deaths soar among youth

J. D. Heyes, February 7 2016
You have to hand it to Maine's unorthodox, independent-minded governor: He is unique, and his approach – while somewhat bizarre to some people -

Johnson & Johnson’s new diabetes drug linked to coma and death

A Philadelphia man is suing Johnson & Johnson, claiming the pharmaceutical giant’s diabetes drug, Invokana, damaged his kidneys. Invokana is made by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary.

The Persistent Problem of Diagnostic Error

Gerald Lumber, December 01, 2015
Hello and welcome. I am Dr George Lundberg, and this is At Large at Medscape.
As an anatomic pathologist who grew up in the autopsy room, I know that people who die have often been misdiagnosed during their lives.[1