[Alert] Big Pharma PUSHING Dangerous Drug to Seniors!
There’s no doubt about it… drug companies are not to be trusted.
You always pay a price when you take their drugs. And I’m not just talking about your prescription drug copay… I’m talking about the price you pay with your health.
None of these drugs CURE your condition because they’re designed for you to take them for the rest of your life.
If you think I’m a conspiracy theorist, take a look at this recent investigation…
It uncovers the shady, downright unethical tactics Big Pharma uses to push some of their most popular new drugs to seniors.
And there’s a good chance you’re taking at least one of these prescriptions.
I can just picture big company sales execs sitting around a conference table, brainstorming about ways to boost sales.
This must have been the case for the makers of expensive, autoimmune drugs called biological medicines (biologics) for conditions like psoriasis and rheumatoid arthritis – common conditions that plague countless older folks.
These drugs were introduced to the market just two decades ago, and they have already hit a whopping 45 million in sales.
And it turns out, there’s a good reason why. Take a look…
Exhibit A. Back in 2011, a group of influential dermatologists started recommending using immune-suppressing drugs to clear up mild skin issues for special occasions like weddings.
- The doctors were on the drug company payroll.
- The guidelines went against FDA recommendations.
Exhibit B. Back in 2012, a group of nurses went around the country recommending the immune-suppressing drug Humira for conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis.
- The program was paid for by the drug maker AbbVie.
- AbbVie told the nurses not to talk about the drug’s side effects—which included potentially deadly infections.
Exhibit C. Back in 2014, a study on Pfizer’s drug, Xeljanz, found that Xeljanz was the most effective drug for treating rheumatoid arthritis.
- The 12 experts who authored the study were all on Pfizer’s payroll.
- The study didn’t compare Xeljanz to the current most-effective drug treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.
So what’s the point?
Pharmaceutical companies are in the business of selling drugs… and they have no problem tossing ethics out the window to boost their bottom line.
That’s why you should work with your doctor to find natural alternatives. They are ALWAYS a safer, often more effective solution for whatever condition is ailing you.