Prescription Drugs

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Why Doctors Prescribe You Drugs

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“The state of medicine has deteriorated to the point that it is taken for granted that you can't find experts who aren't on the take,” Dr. Howard Brody, on physicians and others in the healthcare industry.

Faults With Conventional Medicine

GERARD KIELTY, I.R.B., I.D.E.
I.R.B. (Institutional Review Board), I.D.E. (Investigational Device Exemption). These are both FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) designations.

Where Do Prescription Drugs Come From?

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Have you wondered why prescription drugs have so many side effects?
Or why the argument that natural medicine is superior to pharmaceutical drugs is valid?

Need Your Paxil Withdrawal Stories...Writing a Book

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Hi,

I'm a registered nurse from Tucson, AZ. My husband is a doc and is heavily involved in research and is currently director of State office of Rural Health. We are writing a book that will be full of personal stories of attempting or success stories of coming off Paxil. We need to make physicians, and drug companies aware of our cries for help and especially the horror of coming off Paxil and the disasters it can create.

hart.shelly@yahoo.com

Marketing Disease and Pushing Drugs: Prescription Drugs Research Videos

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"And what’s happened now is you’ve taken a healthy person and medicalized something [depression, anxiety, shyness, PMDD as examples] that was not medical and this person may very soon end up on a prescription medication," Bob Goodman.

What You Need to Know about the Pharmaceutical Industry Before You Take Drugs

[Tom Brokaw] One of the facts of American life these days is that many prescription drugs are now household names.

MARCIA ANGELL: Both doctors, and the public want to reach for the newest prescription drug.

Confessions of a Former Pharmaceutical Sales Rep.

Gwen Olsen spent fifteen years as a pharmaceutical sales rep working for such healthcare giants as Johnson & Johnson, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Abbott Laboratories. She enjoyed a successful, fast-paced career until several conscious-altering experiences began awakening her to the dangers lurking in every American medicine cabinet. Her most poignant lessons, however, came as both victim and survivor of life-threatening adverse drug reactions.

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