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What Doctors Say About Prescription Drugs


16 Quotes on Pharmaceutical Drugs from M.D.'s (Medical Doctors):

1. "The cause of most disease is in the poisonous drugs physicians superstitiously give in order to effect a cure." -- Charles E. Page, M.D.

2. "Medicines are of subordinate importance because of their very nature, they can only work symptomatically." -- Hans Kusche, M.D.

3. "If all the medicine in the world were thrown into the sea, it would be bad for the fish and good for humanity" -- O.W. Holmes, (Prof. of Med. Harvard University)

Why treat nutritional deficiency with drugs?


Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, November 13, 2008

Why treat nutritional deficiency with drugs?

(OMNS, November 13, 2008) A recent study suggested that statins might be used to
avoid the effects of nutritional deficiency. Writing in the New England Journal of
Medicine, the Jupiter group described a study of statin drugs in people with high
C-reactive protein and low cholesterol. (1) High C-reactive protein levels are
associated with inflammation and heart disease/stroke. The authors concluded that,

Pharmaceutical Companies Accused of 'Disease-Mongering'


When it comes to ordinary maladies, if you name it they will come
Teresa Smith

New terms for familiar ailments can result in more people seeking medication, says a study released Monday by researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont.

The study looked at the effect of using impressive-sounding medical terms for common conditions.

Someone who is told she has hyperhidrosis, for instance, may be more concerned than if her doctor calls it excessive perspiration. Similarly, pityriasis capitis sounds a lot scarier than dandruff.

The Hidden Truth Behind 21st Century "Senseless Violence"


As a drug rep I was trained that Asians metabolize many drugs differently than the general population causing an increased accumulation of drug levels to occur in many. This recently prompted the FDA to request warning label changes and a recommended reduction in dose for Asians using the cholesterol drug Crestor. Because Asians were recorded to have twice the blood plasma levels of the drug at the same 10 mg. starting dose. Could Cho's medication have accumulated to toxic levels because of his inability to metabolize and clear it properly?

Drug Companies Misleading Public About Vitamins


AOL Shills For Big Pharma
(OMNS, August 7, 2008) Drug Company Propaganda on AOL's Health Page

"AOL's Dangerous Vitamins" (1) is loaded with much more than your recommended daily dose of misinformation. "Medical experts are concerned that you may be at risk for vitamin overload"! "Be wary of high doses"! "Increased risk of all-cause mortality"!

Yes, AOL surely wants you to stop taking vitamins. Dangerous, they say. Overdoses, they say.

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