The idea that pharmaceutical drugs cause disease is fast growing in acceptance. I have written extensively about this in my e-book, ‘The Failure of Conventional Medicine’.
What pharmaceutical drugs do is not to cause ‘side-effects’, or even ‘adverse reactions’. These terms are quite inadequate to describe what they do. Drugs cause diseases, which is why I have used the term, DIEs, or ‘Disease Inducing Effects’ to replace these two wholly inadequate descriptions. The ‘D’ can, of course, stand for either ‘Disease’ or ‘Death’ so the term is doubly relevant, and aptly descriptive.
So it is not a surprise to read this in the e-magazine, Natural News.
A recent U.S. News & World Report piece highlights new studies that point to serious problems down the road for the over-medicated population. According to reports, more than 60 percent of American adults now take at least one drug every day for a chronic health problem, and more than half of seniors take at least three medications every day. But the end result is more diseases like diabetes, heart disease, obesity, arthritis and cancer.