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Cancers, Infectious Diseases, and Lifestyle Illnesses: Why “Miracle Drugs” Are the Problem, Not the Solution | The Alliance for

The medical industry’s obsession with bigger, more powerful (and above all, patentable!) medicines may lead to killer pandemics.

Cancers, Infectious Diseases, and Lifestyle Illnesses: Why “Miracle Drugs” Are the Problem, Not the Solution | The Alliance for

The medical industry’s obsession with bigger, more powerful (and above all, patentable!) medicines may lead to killer pandemics.

Cancers, Infectious Diseases, and Lifestyle Illnesses: Why “Miracle Drugs” Are the Problem, Not the Solution | The Alliance for

The medical industry’s obsession with bigger, more powerful (and above all, patentable!) medicines may lead to killer pandemics.

Cancers, Infectious Diseases, and Lifestyle Illnesses: Why “Miracle Drugs” Are the Problem, Not the Solution | The Alliance for

The medical industry’s obsession with bigger, more powerful (and above all, patentable!) medicines may lead to killer pandemics.

FDA's Outrageous New Claim: Your Body Is a Drug -- and They Can Regulate It

Adult stem cells (as opposed to embryonic stem cells, which are at the heart of the stem cell controversy) are a truly exciting part of the future of medicine, with seemingly limitless potential for anti-aging, arthritis and far more...

Is Nerve Damage The Rule, Not the Exception With Cholesterol Meds?

Spending on cholesterol-lowering drugs like statins increased by $160 million in 2010, for a total spending of nearly $19 billion in the U.S., the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics reported in their Use of Medicines in the United States: Review of 2010.

Sugar-slinging Paula Deen on the take from Big Pharma, pushes pills for diabetes while promoting recipes that cause it

Her southern charm and delightful laugh are not enough to quell the massive backlash celebrity chef Paula Deen is receiving from the public after it became general knowledge that the Food Network star has type-2 diabetes. Reports indicate that Deen confirmed her condition on a recent "Today Show," noting that she was diagnosed with the disease three years ago.