The Environmental Protection Agency Announcement in the Federal Register, December 14, 2012 LIED in the public record claiming it excluded chronically ill people from its pollution exposure experiments. Continue reading →
The Environmental Protection Agency has been conducting ongoing poisonous air pollutant inhalation experiments on human beings that defy civilized medical research–many have been conducted at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, others at the University of Rochester (NY), University of Southern California, University of Michigan, and elsewhere.
The EPA has been conducting unethical, experiments that intentionally expose students, the elderly, and children to inhale toxic pollutants that EPA officials Continue reading →
Bloomberg News conducted a data review of payroll records for 1.4 million public employees of the 12 largest states. The findings show that public employees in California earn far higher salaries than in other states, from prison operations to health care, base . . . Continue reading →
"I’m as big a fan of the 1st Amendment as anyone, but this decision strikes me as fundamentally flawed. We’re not talking about a right to express yourself. We’re talking about selling stuff — stuff that could harm or even kill you if used improperly." David Lazarus, LA Times Continue reading →
"Over the past seven years, some 73 clinical trials on 3,300 patients – 1,833 of whom were children – have taken place at Indore’s Maharaja Yeshwantrao Hospital. Dozens of patients have died during the trials, however no compensation has been paid to the families left behind." Continue reading →
The following announcement was posted on TeenScreen’s website (November 15, 2012): "Important Announcement for Schools & Communities: We are sorry to inform you that the TeenScreen National Center will be winding down its program at the end of this year. Accordingly, . . . Continue reading →
Physicians at Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have taken a giant step toward stemming the tide of unconscionable pharmaceutical industry price gouging. Sloan-Kettering physicians said NO to Sanofi’s new anti-cancer drug, Zaltrap which the company priced at $11,063 per month. Drs. Peter B. . . . Continue reading →
Another child casualty of a commercially-driven vaccination policy.
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TIME Psychiatrist Contends the Field Is ‘Committing Professional Suicide’ Psychiatry — and medicine in general — has a dangerously close relationship with the pharmaceutical industry Maia Szalavitz | @maiasz | October 5, 2012 | British psychiatrist and Big Pharma gadfly David Healy . . . Continue reading →
Genetically modified (GM) food is a highly controversial issue in Europe, less so in America where GM food is not identified in labels. This may change if a law that will be voted upon in November’s ballot in California, requiring mandatory labeling . . . Continue reading →
Update: America’s Healthcare Crisis–7 Scientists Quit Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas Continue reading →