posted on May, 11 2012 @ 02:47 PM
How "brave" do you have to be to have sex with someone who's got HIV? I know that is somewhat cold, but you only have one life and that is way too
much risk. Not everyone is me, though. I thought this was to keep people from getting AIDS at first, which apparently it is. Hmmm, I would agree
this is a ploy by the pharmaceutical companies to make more money, especially since this is to be approved for use in healthy people. I would hope
this isn't covered by Medicare, when prescribed for this use, as condoms cost a lot less and are probably as effective if not more than this pill.
You would still need protection anyway. The scary thing is that of the few people I've been told to have contracted HIV, none were from sex. Needles
and other means were why some nurses got the virus. Poor women.
What the FDA is doing in this case happens so often. Why do you think children are prescribed methamphetamine for ADD or ADHD? (A condition I think
doesn't really exists.) I don't mean to say some kids don't have problems paying attention and such, but the causes are not disorders in the brain
that require drugs. Watch the "Marketing of Madness." Drugs are often re-purposed for other uses, by FDA approval. This allows drug companies to
market older drugs to new patients and severely increase the market for the drugs because more diseases would call for it's use in treatment. Look at
psychiatric drugs being used on children. Anti-depressants have been cleared by the FDA for use in children, which drastically increased the market
for pharmaceutical drugs causing unprecedented levels of prescription and profit. It's very common and this fits the pattern perfectly.
on 11-5-2012 by KillThePoor because: (no reason given)