posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 05:57 PM
Update, for any who are interested:
Well, as I had announced on this thread a few months ago, I decided to quit my job in "mainstream healthcare." I was going to wait until February,
but I quit a month early. So, my last day was last week.
As of now, I am officially "self employed" and no longer working in the health care industry (and what an industry it is). I cannot even begin to
tell you how good it feels to be free of it.. I've been a pharmacist for 17 years, but the last few years or so were very, very ethically difficult
for me to continue to do what I was doing with a clean conscious.
The vaccination campaigns pretty much sealed it for me. I could no longer be a part of them. Even though I did not actually administer the
vaccinations, we had to keep them in the refrigerator in the pharmacy and dispense them to the nurses to give them, and every time I dispensed them, I
felt like I was doing harm to someone.
Of course, the vaccinations weren't the only reason I quit....it was more like "the straw that broke the camel's back", but after years of seeing
so much unethical behavior on the part of the drug companies, the FDA, and yes, the hospitals, too... I just couldn't be a part of it in any way
I would rather earn my living without doing harm to people.