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Prescription Drugs--Manipulated Clinical Research, 5/7 ONE of Australia's most senior cancer specialists has accused pharmaceutical companies of manipulating some clinical trials of medicines for commercial reasons, including deliberately delaying the release of negative findings and being reluctant to fund research into the toxicity of their drugs. Professor Stephen Clarke, who has conducted clinical trials involving humans for 15 years, agreed to speak publicly for the first time because he said it was essential for governments to fund trials of great public importance rather than leaving critical research solely to drug companies. A number of researchers who spoke to The Age agreed, saying commercial decisions meant the public did not always get the full picture about a drug's usefulness and safety. http
Prescription Drugs--Selling Inferior Medicine, 6/7 Over the last five years, the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent prescription drug companies 170 enforcement letters criticizing "false" or "misleading" advertising that omitted or minimized risks, promoted unproven uses, and made other deceptive claims to both doctors and consumers. Those letters addressed the marketing of 150 different drugs, including Vioxx, Paxil, Oxycontin and Accutane, according to a new report released today by the NJPIRG Law and Policy Center. The report found Deceptive drug marketing is pervasive, dangerous, and primarily aimed at doctors. • From 2001-2005, 85 companies received 170 notices from the FDA calling the marketing for 150 different drugs false and/or misleading. • 62% of the false or misleading messages targeted doctors. 37% of those messages misrepresented drugs' risks; 22% promoted unproven uses; and 38% made unsupported or misleading claims. These dangerous messages were conveyed in a physician-inundating 38 different types of advertising. "Doctors are getting swamped with marketing messages about drugs," said Caplovitz. "They can't escape the pitches. And now we know that a lot of those messages are dangerously misleading." The problem of deceptive drug marketing extends to direct to consumer ads as well. Seven*** different types of adds gave consumers deceptive messages about risks, uses and other claims.
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Professor Donald W. Light: The Risks of Prescription Drugs - Alex Jones Tv 1/2 Alex also talks with University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Professor Donald Light, author of The Risks of Prescription Drugs. / www.med.upenn.edu www.prisonplanet.tv
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HEATH LEDGER : "He Just Stopped Breathing" CNN Part 1 of 2 Burial Services this Saturday in Perth. (10pm on Friday in Los Angeles = 3pm Saturday in Perth, Australia) Toxicology results in: Ledger's death was ruled an accident due to a lethel mix of six different and powerful prescription medicines. On this show a doctor simply states that Heath 'just stopped breathing'. Originally aired on Wednesday, Feb 6th on CNN's Larry King Show. Part one of 2 parts.
Correlation Between Prescription Drugs, Children, Violence Mind altering drugs may be the cause of violence among school children, according to some doctors and other experts. Millions of children are legally taking drugs similar to cocaine in schools every day. The drugs are Ritalin, Prozac, and others. Other shootings and violent acts at schools across the nation have been committed by children receiving psychiatric care, counseling, and drugs such as Ritalin, according to several groups. At least two organizations claim that over-use of Ritalin is to blame for the escalating incidents of children committing acts of violence on other children. They claim the problem has reached pandemic proportions and will get worse before it gets better. Other experts place the blame on inadequate parenting, while legislators propose new laws. A report issued in 1995 by the Drug Enforcement Agency warned that Ritalin; shares many of the pharmacological effects of ... cocaine. http
Professor Donald W. Light: The Risks of Prescription Drugs - Alex Jones Tv 2/2 Alex also talks with University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Professor Donald Light, author of The Risks of Prescription Drugs. / www.med.upenn.edu www.prisonplanet.tv
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America's Alarming Prescription Drug Addiction Dr. Barbra Krantz spoke with Jessica Kumari backstage at The Early Show on Saturday about America's national epidemic of prescription drug abuse so bad, it's being called "Pharmageddon."
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The Abuse of Prescription Drugs / Documentary Video The abuse of prescription drugs is quickly becoming an epidemic. They're easy to get and simple to distribute. Gone are the days when people need to go to a seedy street corner to get high. Now, they just need to go to a medicine cabinet or visit the doctor. While many communities are just beginning to figure out how to handle this legal drug problem, anti-drug groups in Tennessee have had a head start. For years, Tennessee held the unwanted distinction as the nations top state for prescription drug abuse. That is changing, thanks to hard work and cooperation. The people from Tennessee will share their experiences during this hour-long MCTFT broadcast. There will be no expert panel discussion, just advice from the people in the field. Learn how citizens in Tennessee discovered the problem and took control. Hear from coalition leaders, law enforcement, doctors, pharmacists, insurance executives, and others. See what they did so you can bring it into your own communities. Learning Objectives: See how anti-drug groups in Tennessee discovered the prescription drug problem Find out how cooperation is making a difference Learn what law enforcement officers are seeing and how they are adapting to the new drug problems Hear how health care providers are trying to protect themselves and their patients From the public domain, courtesy of the Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT)
Prescription Drugs--Deceptive Advertising, 7/7 A lot of money can be made from healthy people who believe they are sick. Pharmaceutical companies sponsor diseases and promote them to prescribers and consumers. Ray Moynihan, Iona Heath, and David Henry give examples of "disease mongering" and suggest how to prevent the growth of this practice There's a lot of money to be made from telling healthy people they're sick. Some forms of medicalising ordinary life may now be better described as disease mongering widening the boundaries of treatable illness in order to expand markets for those who sell and deliver treatments. 1 2 Pharmaceutical companies are actively involved in sponsoring the definition of diseases and promoting them to both prescribers and consumers. The social construction of illness is being replaced by the corporate construction of disease.
Prescription Drugs--Me-Too Drugs, 2/7 Angell disputes the industry's reputation as an "engine of innovation," arguing that the top US drug makers spend 2.5 times as much on marketing and administration as they do on research. At least a third of the drugs marketed by industry leaders were discovered by universities or small biotech companies, writes Angell, but they're sold to the public at inflated prices. She cites Taxol, the cancer drug discovered by the National Institutes of Health, but sold by Bristol-Myers Squibb for $20000 a year, reportedly 20 times the manufacturing cost. The company agreed to pay the NIH only 0.5 percent in royalties for the drug. The majority of the new products the industry puts out, says Angell, are "me-too" drugs, which are almost identical to current treatments but "no better than drugs already on the market to treat the same condition." Around 75 percent of new drugs approved by the FDA are me-too drugs. They can be less effective than current drugs, but as long as they're more effective than a placebo, they can get the regulatory green light. http
Prescription Drugs--Same Drug, Different Pill, 3/7 Same drug, different patent Anyone who watches television—where the majority of the drug industry's $2.5 billion [that figure is now $20+ billion in 2007] a-year-and-growing advertising budget is spent—has seen commercials for AstraZeneca's acid-reflux drug Nexium®. The ad money worked: Consumers spent $458 million on Nexium, at an average cost of $117 per prescription in 2001, the first year it was introduced. Acid-reflux sufferers could have found just as much relief in an older product that drug experts call virtually identical—Prilosec®. Ironically, Prilosec is made by the same firm that put the Nexium hype into overdrive. Is AstraZeneca cannibalizing its Prilosec profits? Not by a long shot. Prilosec's patent was set to expire in October 2002, opening the door for other companies to jump into the market with cheaper generic versions. So by tinkering with the formula, AstraZeneca received a new patent and extra years of exclusivity to convince consumers the new product, Nexium, is not only better than the nearly indistinguishable older drug but is also worth the extra cost. The cost of prescriptions for two new oral diabetes drugs jumped 62 and 41 percent in 2001, and on average the costs for the new drugs are twice as much as for the effective older oral diabetes medicines. "The increase in prescriptions—and in spending," writes Greider, "is largely attributable to the rapid market penetration of a small number of new, expensive best sellers." In ...
Get Emotional - LittleLoca Please leave a "Chemically Balanced" 5 star rating & leave a comment with your thought on the prescription med obsession in the USA. We be gettin' all Brave New World style all up in our country! Emotions shouldn't be diagnosed as a disease. Psychological technologies are being used to control the behavior of our world. This creates individuals without individuality. Parents are not informed about all the potential risks to their child when they agree to a psychiatric drug prescription.There is no physical test—blood or urine test, "chemical imbalance" test or x-ray or brain scan—that can determine the physical existence or cause of the "mental disorder." American Psychiatric Association admits that there is no test for "chemical Imbalance" ADD ME! TAGS: Littleloca little loca brave new world psych meds medication kid children young adults drug abuse pain pills adhd med anti depressants numb numbing zombies los angeles chola cholita Psychological technologies American Psychiatric Association rx money making industry scam legal drugs Hollywood Socialite Heiress dj am adam brittney murphy michael jackson Casey Johnson found dead Dies
Prescription Drugs--Gifts and Trips, 4/7 Unfortunately, health care corruption in this country doesn't end with the FDA; it has infiltrated the whole system. Drug companies regularly use trips, dinners, cash and free drugs to "persuade" doctors to prescribe new and expensive pharmaceuticals, according to many sources. These bribery expenses pay for themselves many times over, as the most popular drug may not be necessarily the most effective or the one with the least number of side effects, but rather the one that has been promoted and advertised the most. Now, of course, the pharmaceutical companies disguise their bribes under the altruistic term "gifts," but Natural Alternatives author Michael T. Murray finds the term suspect, asking poignantly, "If the drug company didn't expect the gift to influence the doctor's decision, why would it give the gift?" He goes on to clarify, "A gift implies that there are no strings attached." As much as they would not like to admit it to others, or especially to themselves, doctors know that these "gifts" are linked to an ulterior motive, according to Dr. Jerome P. Kassirer in his book, On the Take. In other words, you may not always be able to trust your doctor to make an objective decision about your care. http
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Prescription Drug Abuse / PSA Video Prescription Drug Abuse / PSA Video. From the public domain. Most people take medicines only for the reasons their doctors prescribe them. But an estimated 20 percent of people in the United States have used prescription drugs for nonmedical reasons. This is prescription drug abuse. It is a serious and growing problem. Abusing some prescription drugs can lead to addiction. You can develop an addiction to: Narcotic painkillers Sedatives and tranquilizers Stimulants Experts don't know exactly why this type of drug abuse is increasing. The availability of drugs is probably one reason. Doctors are prescribing more drugs for more health problems than ever before. Online pharmacies make it easy to get prescription drugs without a prescription, even for youngsters. Some people experiment with prescription drugs because they think they will help them have more fun, lose weight, fit in, and even study more effectively. Prescription drugs can be easier to get than street drugs: Family members or friends could have a prescription. But prescription drugs are also sometimes sold on the street like other illegal drugs. A 2006 National Survey on Drug Use and Health showed that among all youths aged 12 to 17, 6% had tried prescription drugs for recreational use in the last month. Why? Some people think that prescription drugs are safer and less addictive than street drugs. After all, these are drugs that moms, dads, and even kid brothers and sisters use. To Angie, taking her brother's ...
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Brittany Murphy's Prescription Drugs After the sudden death of actress Brittany Murphy, forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about the prescription drugs found in the actress's home and the possible cause of death.
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