Friday, 4 December 2009

Side effects? Adverse reactions? Or Disease Inducing Effects (DIEs)?

The terms 'side-effect' or 'adverse reaction' do not adequately describe the damage that NHS-ConMed drugs can do. Indeed to describe the carnage caused by NHS-ConMed drugs as 'side-effects' is an understatement of enormous proportions. They are inadequate descriptions of what drugs can do, and a gross underestimate of the human tragedy they cause on a regular basis. The terms make a mockery of the reality - that thousands of people every year suffer serious ill-health as a direct consequence of taking drugs to make them better.

Pharmaceutical drugs cause disease, and sometimes death. That is why 'Disease Inducing Effects', or DIEs is a better description. For more, see