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November 2019 (Vol. 4 Issue 9)

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Lynne McTaggart

The kindest cut

June 28th 2010, 4:35PM

...the NHS' own reckoning, one-fifth of the total budget-or lb20 billion-is spent on prescription drugs. Of the total lb100 billion NHS cost, 12 per cent (lb12 billion) is being spent on new drugs-m...

Lynne McTaggart

Strange bedfellows

June 1st 2010, 10:23AM

...l (WDDTY vol 21 no 3), we're told that senior representatives of the drug companies making the drugs in question funded a group of scientists claiming to be an independent working party on influe...

Lynne McTaggart

Double trouble

May 4th 2010, 9:51AM

... remember his stark warnings about what he maintained were the most dangerous and unproven new drugs on the market. Top of Bob's list were a new class of new painkiller, the non-steroidal anti-in...

Lynne McTaggart

A prescription for old age

February 2nd 2010, 10:29AM

...medicines dispensed by doctors. In fact, the average 60-plus person is prescribed at least six drugs, all of which are interacting to unknown effect.As WDDTY has discovered, the major drugs routi...

Lynne McTaggart

The poisoned generation

November 3rd 2009, 10:04AM

...ealth scandal in modern times is the fact that, every day, we are all subjected to some 80,000 drugs-virtually all of which have not undergone a single regulatory test before their release on the...

Lynne McTaggart

The message of pain

September 1st 2009, 10:07AM

...And most of the rest of us report that, most of the time, our pain is beyond the reach of most drugs.This is not surprising, given what we're now learning about how the body works. The rationale ...

Bryan Hubbard

It's getting hot for Big Pharma

June 19th 2009, 3:27PM

...on, put a bar on the work, and conventional cancer therapy has been restricted to chemotherapy drugs and surgery.As with heart disease, cancer is a disease that is far too much of a challenge to ...

Lynne McTaggart

Swine flu: The phony war

June 2nd 2009, 10:28AM

...to be man-made-and it just so happens that the one drug that officials claim saves the day are drugs like Tamiflu, the antiviral synthesized by Roche. By sheer coincidence, the US and the UK have...

Lynne McTaggart

A birthday message

April 21st 2009, 10:46AM

...icine's private conversation buried in the medical literature-the potential dangers of certain drugs or procedures-as an early-warning system. The We s t e r n press is generally content to count...

Lynne McTaggart

The selling of Gardasil

November 18th 2008, 3:48PM

...ugh the regulatory process? To answer that, it's important to examine what has happened to the drugs regulatory process in the US, which has undergone deregulation not dissimilar to that of the U...

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