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Transcript of Health Conspiracy
Sales Grocery Store GMO's Health Click to add text Click to add text Pharmaceutical companies spend large amounts of money on sponsorship of medical schools, nurses training and continuing education and influence the curriculum. Medical College The pharmaceutical industry spent more than $855 million from 1998 to 2006, more than any other industry. They also heavily lobby physicians. Lobbying Practices Click to add text Click to add text How to keep the cycle going... How to increase customer reliance and loyalty Revenues and Spending Sales And Statistics Conspiracy Resources There is approx one pharmaceutical sales rep for every ten physicians.
They work with insurance companies and public health.
Target pharmacies and stores.
Target general public directly Marketing Drug companies sell, and doctors prescribe medications that don’t completely cure the illness, they only prescribe drugs that will suppress the side effects of the illness. Because of this, people get addicted to these medications. Because they are now addicted they keep trying to have more of the medications prescribed to them. As this cycle continues the patients problem remains unresolved and so his/ her condition worsens. This leads to the prescription of more medicine to help correct the worsening problems. This means that the drug companies make an even greater profit from the prescriptions sold to the patient. Drug companies try to get people addicted to their drugs This cycle continues to repeat over and over again No. Crate Storage Lot This Product is safe Over prescription of antibiotics The over prescription of antibiotics has led to the development of super bugs. This new problem has come about as the once treatable infections have mutated to better resist antibiotics. The new super bugs are almost completely untreatable. There have only been several hundred reports of death from the super bugs and interestingly the cases of people getting infected with the super bugs have only occurred in hospitals. It is believed that this trend of over prescribing antibiotics has caused there to be an overall weakening of immune systems in the human population. Disease Mongering The practice of widening the diagnostic boundaries of illnesses in order to expand the markets for those who sell and deliver treatments including pharmaceutical companies, doctors and others. Stories That Prove that this is true
go here: Pharmaceutical Fraud Court Cases History of FDA and USDA Aspartame Information From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharmaceutical_industry#Market_leaders_in_terms_of_healthcare_revenue Doctor's Office Store Pharmacy One of the best and easiest ways that pharmaceutical companies can ensure that you become a reoccurring customer is to control what goes into your body - to control what you eat. So how do they manage to do this? G - genetically
M - modified
O - organisms They just said that 90% of all the food's produced are GMO food's.
It is known that the consumption of GMO foods can result in tumors and growths. Well they have a few options... Pharmaceutical companies have found that the best way to market and sell their product is to market directly to doctors. "In order of number of prescriptions written in 2010, the 10 most-prescribed drugs in the U.S. are:" "The 10 Best-Selling Drugs" Information Form: http://www.webmd.com/news/20110420/the-10-most-prescribed-drugs Information Form: http://www.webmd.com/news/20110420/the-10-most-prescribed-drugs Office of the USDA THE EARLY FDA & USDA The U.S. Department of Agriculture is formed 1862 1930's The Food and Drug act signed into law Stronger regulation is called for 1906 Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics act is passed. 1938 2012 Signed into law by President Theodore Roosevelt. It is better known today as the FDA Passed by Congress, the law gave the FDA the ability to oversee the safety of food, drugs, and cosmetics. Several interest groups, journalists, and law makers called for stronger regulation, by making a publicized list of dangerous products. Signed into law in 1862 by President Abraham Lincoln Pharmaceutical companies get doctors to favor their product over their competitors. Even though both companies medicines are the same you are prescribed the medicine that the doctor recommends even though the other might be cheaper. When you go to the doctor he or she will recommend one companies medicine instead of anothers. The Idea behind this Marketing Method... Agenda 1. Go to Seminar for Doctors website below Seminars for Doctors GlaxoSmithKline $3 billion Pfizer Abbott Laboratories $2.3 billion C
T NO Free Lunch And approved by us According to new Regulations All Mass Produced Food Products will contain aspartame as a substitute for sugar. Investigational New Drug
Application Phase I Testing Phase II Testing Phase III Testing Phase IV Testing The FDA approval process is as follows So then after the applications' approval they begin... Then follows... And then... And finally... It all starts with the... This is all because drug companies can make more money selling you drugs that can treat the problem than they can selling you drugs that can prevent you from having the problem in the first place. Drug companies have, but are not selling, drugs that can actually help us. Also they will not sell drugs to us that will help prevent us from ever getting sick in the first place. Drug companies are keeping medicines from us that can actually help us For Example...
a cure for cancer
a cure for diabetes
or a cure for the common cold For Example...
preventing the common cold First Defense Nasal Screens Off label marketing of antidepressants.
Held back data and made unsupported safety claims over Avandia, a diabetes drug.
"In addition, GSK has been found guilty of paying kickbacks to doctors.
"The sales force bribed physicians to prescribe GSK products using every imaginable form of high-priced entertainment, from Hawaiian vacations [and] paying doctors millions of dollars to go on speaking tours, to tickets to Madonna concerts," said US attorney Carmin Ortiz."
A GSK representative made a statement that the company would pay back the fines using existing cash resources. As seen on Shark Tank
Real World Results
Interesting Story Drug companies wont invest because they consider it a loss... Over-Medicalizing Using medical treatments, pills and procedures to treat conditions that were formerly non medical problems. A process that turns more people into patients and increases medical spending. Investigational new drug filing with pre-clinical data to support proceeding trials.
the pre-clinical data is created by the company filing the new application. Toxicity studies using healthy volunteers. Pharmacokinetics and dosing in patients. Large study of efficacy in intended patient population.
New drug application follows. Post approval surveillance. Off-label promotions and kickbacks ($1.5 billion)
Off label promotion of Depakote A rep will visit a doctor every one to three weeks. Aspartame is actually a poison to the body but its effects are only seen when consumed in large amounts.