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While I'm sure she was in fact on perscription meds, they certainly didn't kill her. She was a Winter Solstice sacrafice. Look at the day she was killed, look into history and things will start to piece together. Hollywood has been getting outted over the last couple of months for what it truly is:
Find the truth in all this. The more who are aware, the more we are all set free.
Using their multi billion-dollar marketing budgets, these industries have launched a massive media propaganda campaign to paint Codex Alimentarius as a benevolent tool of “consumer protection”, as well as to negatively taint the image of natural health options and mislead people to fear them as “dangerous”, so they will take drugs (which really are dangerous). Natural health products and options have an amazing safety record and are remarkably effective, especially when compared to pharmaceutical drugs.
Originally posted by ofhumandescent
reply to post by dodadoom
These companies charge 10Xs what a pill cost to make.
another question for us to ponder,
why are the same drugs so much cheaper across the border?
Celebrex from walgreens in america costs almost 250 dollars for a bottle.
Mr mother brought me a bottle from mexico, 20 dollars!
Thats prolly a conspiracy right there!
Boy, I come up with about one a day on average!
Originally posted by joey_hv
The whore killed herself.
Trouble is, drug companies are willing to sell for less in Canada and elsewhere only because they can sell for more in the United States.
Since May 2004, Pfizer, Eli Lilly & Co., Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. and four other drug companies have paid a total of $7 billion in fines and penalties. Six of the companies admitted in court that they marketed medicines for unapproved uses.
The US Justice Department has joined forces with 16 states in a legal fight against Wyeth, alleging that the drug maker has failed to reimburse hundreds of millions of dollars to Medicaid – a joint federal-state healthcare program for the poor.
Not all good science is created at Merck, we know that. Perhaps 1% of it is at our company. We're much more externally focused than we ever have been.
Richard Clark, CEO of Merck
A federal lawsuit has been filed against pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca for its role in paying Chicago psychiatrist Dr. Michael Reinstein nearly $500,000 over the course of a decade to conduct research and to promote its anti-psychotic drug, Seroquel. Reinstein is being accused of wrongfully preying on thousands of mentally-ill patients in order to rake in profits for AstraZeneca.
Despite all of his wrongdoings, Reinstein is not even a defendant in the case. AstraZeneca, the perpetrator which funded Reinstein, is the defendant in the lawsuit. While both Reinstein and AstraZeneca appear guilty of unethical and illegal behavior, AstraZeneca is rightfully bearing the brunt as it knowingly continued to fund Reinstein and rake in the profits of his misconduct.
In 2008, for the first time in 18 years, industry contributions to Democrats were on par with money given to Republicans, according to an analysis by the Center for Responsive Politics, a watchdog group.
The pharmaceutical industry long ago perfected the art of getting its marketing message into other people's mouths.
That's why a book that could scare Americans away from buying Canadian drugs sounded like a good idea to Mark Barondess, divorce lawyer to the stars and a consultant to PhRMA, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America...
Today is the anniversary of my daughter's death. She should never have been on Zoloft. Zoloft was not meant to be taken by children. "Zoloft may cause feelings of suicide in people under 24" the commercial now says. It said nothing like this in 2003. If I can save one child, one parent from a tragedy like this....Read everything you can before you administer pharmaceutical drugs to your children. Big Pharma does NOT CARE about your child....10,000 children have committed suicide due to SSRI medication
"When a company can make more than a million dollars a day in drug sales, a $150,000 fine for running a misleading advertisement won't have much impact
Originally posted by Matthew Dark
reply to post by zerbot565
I'm pretty sure you just made those numbers up, because the number of people who die in hospitals from mistakes is much lower, even if the amount of people who die in hospitals from natural causes may in reality be somewhat close to that number.
Just don't make the mistake of confusing cause of death.
And you sound bitter.
Now, if they only made a medication to cure atrocious grammar...oh wait, they did...it's called school.
Originally posted by zerbot565
reply to post by Matthew Dark
english is my third language so the grammar is what it be.
and no im not bitter mearly pointing out that ordinary people die on a regular basis and when a holywood star falls they fall, simple as that.