Normally I prefer to write my own pages containing my own thoughts, research and opinions. But why reinvent the wheel? Genius is found in many places and quite often ignored or played down. I am passing along – this article from a man I hold in high regard. He tells it like it is, with no glossy coating. When it comes to your health – it is most important that you ask questions, do research and even look for alternative treatments.
I could have, and in many ways have mentioned the following in previous blogs:
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
Dr. Barbara Starfield of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine – ALL THESE ARE DEATHS PER YEAR:
12,000 —– unnecessary surgery
7,000 —– medication errors in hospitals
20,000 —– other errors in hospitals
80,000 —– infections in hospitals
106,000 —– non-error, negative effects of drugs
Researchers have now observed discrepancies between what was reported in trial publications and what was described in internal company pharmaceutical research reports. What we are finding out is that the trial publication reports are not transparent or accurate, putting much of what doctors assume to be true – to be false.
Pharmaceutical multinationals defy the intent of laws regulating safety of drugs by bribery, false advertising, fraud in the safety testing of drugs, unsafe manufacturing processes, smuggling and international law evasion strategies. – Dr. John Braithwaite.
Dr. Mark adds to this and tells it so much better that I could have.
Read the entire article from Dr. Mark Sircus: