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Is your doctor making your health worse? How to tell
Today’s newsletter is about how to tell if your doctor is making a big mistake, peddling something by Big Pharma that may be hurting your health.
Let’s start here: Big Pharma corporations have a near death-grip on our medical industry.
Big Pharma buys studies and commercials — just to name a couple of ways they have massive influence.
What I’ve found — after years of diligent research — is that the influence of Big Pharma on the entire medical practice is SO MUCH worse than what most people realize.
It is much worse than I ever realized — even though my dad was a doctor and so was my father-in-law.
Even I had no idea how bad it’s gotten — with poor people like you and me simply pawns in the big game.
Because Big Pharma influences not only what kinds of treatments you are given…
…Big Pharma funds and provides most of the “education” your doctor went through in medical school!
Too Many Dangerous Treatments and Not Enough Curing
First… I need to get the disclaimer out of the way. I’m in no way, shape, or form a doctor.
I can’t give you medical advice and I am NOT telling you to stop taking any meds without your doctor’s approval. Don’t do that. ALWAYS work with your doc to get off meds.
That being said, you need to understand that in most of the world, but especially in America, a huge part of our medical system is focused exclusively on pharmacological approaches (chemical treatments) for treating the symptoms of disease.
A universal characteristic of most healthcare systems in developed countries is the heavy focus on pharmacological approaches for treating and preventing chronic disease and the considerable expenditure on high‐tech medical equipment, devices and technologies.
Why does this tendency toward Big Pharma treatments matter?
It matters because this preoccupation with making a buck from Big Pharma treatments means that other options aren’t researched…
And that instead of finding CURES, the medical industry is often just MANAGING disease.
This is super clear when you look at how much single blockbuster treatment can generate.
This focus is often linked to astonishing financial interests, such as the $130 billion a single ‘treatment’ (Lipitor) generated over 14 years, an amount that is higher than the 2010 gross domestic product of 129 of the 184 countries in the world.
And it just gets WORSE and WORSE.
Big Pharma not only promotes the treatments it sells…but it often FUNDS the research AND the trials.
The very basics of what’s happening here is that Big Pharma is totally rigging the system in their favor.
Treatments that have trials sponsored by Big Pharma companies are 4 times more likely to be given the green light than those trials done by non-profits.
Industry funds often design and control a large portion of the most influential medical studies. Trials funded by for-profit organizations are on average 4 times more likely than trials sponsored by non-for-profit organizations to favour the sponsored treatment
Not all the bad stuff is reported because of the way the system is set up.
Because our system is so rigged and so rushed, many treatments get to market that end up having to be withdrawn or have huge warnings — called black box warnings — put on the labels. This happens AFTER they go to market.
Licensing for new products or indications requires demonstration of effectiveness and absence of major harms. However, the whole process allows plenty of room for serious harms to be unrecognized by the time licensing is granted. Many interventions are withdrawn or acquire black boxes years after they are licensed and after they have already cost a fortune to the healthcare system
This Big Pharma Influence Starts in MEDICAL SCHOOL
This influence of Big Pharma on docs starts WAY back in medical school with gifts and activities to med students that happen WEEKLY. It’s really crazy.
And it means that nearly every doctor in the United States is deeply influenced by Big Pharma — whether they want to be or not.
Intense exposure to ‘Big Pharma’ marketing commences during undergraduate medical education for future prescribers. A study showed that third‐year medical students are exposed to one industry‐sponsored gift or activity per week and almost (93%) all have been asked or required to attend at least one industry-sponsored lunch
There is almost no way to get around Big Pharma influence in medicine — especially in the United States.
They pay for treatment trials, give med students gifts, and aggressively advertise to consumers.
But it IS important to know that this systemic bias exists. It can help you question whether or not you should get this treatment or another one.
Or if an older, more proven (and less expensive) treatment may be just as good as the new one.
Take charge of your own health! It’s always worth it.
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Secret recording reveals these 2 major scientific journals are FAKING studies for cash
Evidence that Big Pharma is unfairly influencing scientific research keeps piling up…
Now we have proof that Big Pharma companies paid doctors and researchers to FAKE data about treating the virus…
…and they even paid the medical journals to publish it…
And believe it or not, a certain whistleblower secretly recorded a conversation between the two editors of these medical journals…
They’ve been trying to bury this recording, but I have a copy…