An Epidemic Caused By Pharmaceutical Drugs


So, even when doctors and drug companies are NOT making blatant
mistakes, we are still being medically treated in a way that endangers our
A series of studies found that pharmaceutical drugs kill MORE people
every year than are killed in traffic accidents.
Sadly the average 65 year old person in the United States takes an average of
11 medications a day More people take drugs today than ever before!
We blindly trust the system, despite the fact that in America more than
784,000 people die each year from conventional medical mistakes, and
106,000 people die each year from pharmaceutical drugs taken as
According to the prestigious American Medical Association Journal, THE
The bottom line is the drug industry does NOT want people to get healthy.
Because if everyone was healthy, they wouldn’t need to buy drugs. The drug
industry wants people to buy more drugs. Healthy people don’t need drugs. If
everyone was healthy, the drug industry would be out of business.
Remember, pharmaceutical companies have a fiduciary responsibility to their
companies earn profits from the expansion and continuation of disease
(where patients are put on drugs for life).
There are about 700,000 doctors in the US.
In the US alone, $2.1 trillion were spent on health care in 2006!! – that is
MORE than the total Gross National Product in 124 out of the world’s 130
industrial countries.
What’s the result for all this spending? The US leads the developed world in
deaths from heart disease, prostate cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer

and diabetes.
The countries that use the most medicine are the most unhealthy. For
example, American medical system is the leading cause of death in the US
(please read this article for more information
In 1968, America declared war on cancer. By February 1994, the Journal of
the American Medical Association declared the war on cancer a failure. In
all age groups, cancer incidence is increasing.
And on top of all that, adverse drug reactions are the # 4 cause of death in the
United States.
SO PLEASE when it comes to your health, don’t just accept the experts’
opinion, make sure you think it through yourself.
Get second and third opinion and then ultimately decide what you
believe is right because this is your life! And how it turns out is based on
your decisions – please, for your benefit, make them consciously.


Similarly, we ‘The Consumers’ if you like, are CONSTANTLY being told
what to believe – usually through advertising (such as television spots) by the
pharmaceutical companies interested in selling their drugs
As doctors and patients, we allow these salespeople to become our Health
Gurus even though they really have other interests other than our wellbeing
So the very industry that is here to tell you, We are providing your health, is
causing an EPIDEMIC. That’s the fourth leading cause of death. And this
is not Sarah Price saying it. This is the American Medical Association
Journal, April 15, 1998.
In summary

  • The PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY is the largest investment

  • industry on earth, maintaining and promoting one of the largest

  • deception and fraud schemes in the history of mankind.

  • As with other segments of the economy, the pharmaceutical

  • industry wants to expand its market – patients as well as

  • diseases.

  • While the advertisements promise “health”, the very marketplace
    of this investment industry is the existence and expansion of

  • Prevention, root cause treatment and eradication of diseases are
    bad for the pharmaceutical industry and thus must be attacked.

  • As a direct result, the ills of civilization, such as heart and
    circulatory diseases, high blood pressure, cardiac insufficiency,
    cancer, osteoporosis and others are spreading.

  • The dangerous side effects of prescription drugs are now the
    fourth most common cause of death.

“I firmly believe that if the whole materia medica could be sunk to the
bottom of the sea, it would be all the better for mankind and all the worse
for the fishes.”


The good news is that the SOLUTION is in
YOUR hands. It involves claiming your right to
make your own decisions about your health.


Author : kaabinet



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