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Big Pharma wants to run medical experiments on your babies

October 31, 2012
Sherry Baker
10/28/2012

Before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves a new drug, pharmaceutical companies have to demonstrate through drug trials on humans that their drugs are, supposedly, safe. Unfortunately, many of these tested-on-human-guinea-pigs medications turn out to have serious side effects that aren’t discovered until countless people have taken these meds for many years after FDA approval. Even more worrisome is deliberate and illegal covering-up of potentially deadly side effects of prescription drugs.

These issues aren’t slowing down the push for more drugs and more drug testing, however. In fact, in a commentary just published in the Journal of Pediatrics, Henry Akinibi, MD, and his colleagues from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the University of Cincinnati are calling for Big Pharma to work with academics to conduct more human drug tests on a special group — newborn babies.

And now… the rest of the story. …..
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  1. November 1, 2012 12:17 am

    They experiment on Senior as well with dangerous medicine check for side effect. If you are old they probably figure what a couple of years or less in case of side effect.
    I am trying to go herbal for every thing I can UNFORTUNATELY the crooks moved in there also and that made me turn away from combined medication and check the content very carefully. They still have herbal farms only things to worry there is quality because certain ingredient natural to certain plants and fruit are there in sufficient amount if the plant is from a native place.

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