Monday, 24 January 2011

Pharmaceutical Drugs. The news that the mainstream media won't tell you!

The mainstream media does not tell you the truth. Certainly not the whole truth. There are a plethora of new stories, week after week, that do not hit the headlines; or even get a mention. These are just some that have come to light recently.


U.S. diplomatic cables made public by WikiLeaks show that drugmaker Pfizer hired investigators to find evidence of corruption against Nigeria's attorney general, in an effort to convince him to drop legal action against the company.

Drug company whistle-blower Cheryl Eckard talks about her experience trying to fix problems at GlaxoSmithKline.  Her discoveries about the dangerous practices of the company made her a key figure in a federal lawsuit.
3.       Multaq, A Fraudulently Approved Heart Drug, Is Killing People.  Another drug is killing people. There's no reason for surprise, though. The testing process showed what was wrong. The dangers were predictable.

Pfizer and others named in St. Clair County suit over Dilantin. Residents of St. Clair County, New York and Louisiana joined to file a suit against the makers of drugs used to treat epilepsy, saying it caused them or their deceased relatives to develop a severe and potentially deadly skin disease.

The media has its advertising revenues to protect, and advertising drugs and related chemicals is a big part of that revenue. It would appear that drug companies can be found to be involved in corrupt practices, selling drugs that cause disease and death, and much else - and yet it is of little concern or interest to the mainstream media, certainly in the UK.

Anyone who is taking ConMed drugs, and does not know about this kind of news, which unfortunately applies to most people taking Big Pharma drugs in the UK, should research for themselves what is happening in the world of ConMed health. Sadly, the information is usually only available on the internet. These incidents are not one-off, isolated incidents; they are not errors or mistakes.

The drug industry has an established culture of selling drugs that pays little regard to human health, and often has disastrous consequences to our health.