April 14, 2016

State-Sponsored Child Abuse in Australia: Court Forces Chemotherapy on 6-Year-Old

In yet another example of state-sponsored child abuse, the parents of Oshin Kiszko, a six-year-old boy from Perth, Australia, who is fighting a brain tumor, have […]
February 25, 2016

UK National Health Service Officials On Pharma Cartel Payroll

An investigation has found that more than 130 officials employed in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) have simultaneously been paid as consultants by pharmaceutical companies. […]
February 18, 2016

Study Shows Babies Exposed To Paracetamol More Likely To Develop Asthma

A new study has provided further confirmation of a link between exposure to paracetamol and the risk of developing asthma in childhood. Published in the International […]
February 11, 2016

The Perils of Polypharmacy: Taking More Pharma Drugs Increases Risk of Death

A new study published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society describes how older people taking multiple pharmaceutical drugs face a significantly greater risk of […]
January 21, 2016

Pharma Drug Trial in France Results in Brain Damage and Death

A recent medical trial in France has left one person dead, three others with possibly irreversible brain damage, and a grim reminder of the dangers of […]
November 26, 2015

Holding Human Health to Ransom: Pharma Industry’s Annual Global Sales Forecast to Reach $1.4 Trillion by 2020

With criticism of soaring drug prices continuing to grow, health data firm IMS Health has forecast that the pharmaceutical industry’s annual global sales will increase by […]
November 13, 2015

Public trust in chemotherapy for cancer collapsing: scientific orthodoxy beginning to wake up to natural approaches

As Dr. Rath has recently pointed out, the international attention being given to Ty Bollinger’s ‘Truth About Cancer’ documentary is a wake-up call to the world’s […]
October 29, 2015

New study suggests medication errors and adverse drug events are commonplace in surgical operations

A new study measuring the incidence of medication errors and adverse drug events during the perioperative period – immediately before, during or right after a surgical […]
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