Big Pharma’s BILLION DOLLAR Heart Attack Scam
Wouldn’t it be great if once… just ONCE… Big Pharma came up with a way to prevent heart attacks that didn’t kill us?
I mean, they’ve got millions of people taking daily aspirin that can cause internal bleeding.
And they’ve made a fortune selling cholesterol-lowering statins that can give you diabetes.
But this latest idea is just plain crazy.
Big Pharma is hatching a plan to use high-priced and dangerous injections to lower your heart attack risk.
It’s a con that will net the drug companies a fortune… without adding a single day to your life.
I’m guessing you’ve never heard of canakinumab (sold under the brand name ILARIS), and why would you?
It’s an injection used to treat aggressive childhood arthritis and a few other exotic diseases.
Plus, it’s a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) – you know, like the kind that kill 17,000 Americans a year.
Now, a new study is claiming we should inject this stuff into you to control inflammation and prevent heart attacks.
What could go wrong? Where do you want me to start?
First off, this is a money-making scam – and nothing more.
These injections can sell for up to $20,000 apiece!
What do you think the chances are of your insurance covering that? I’d say somewhere between zero and “you’ve got to be kidding me.”
But God forbid they actually lower the price on canakinumab to attract more heart patients. We’ll have seniors getting ripped off left and right!
As Professor Martin Bennet, a cardiologist from Cambridge, points out, canakinumab hasn’t been proven to lower death rates one iota.
That’s right – you spend THOUSANDS on this stuff, and it probably won’t extend your life by one day.
But you’ll still get plenty of side effects for your money.
Canakinumab can cause dizziness, diarrhea and joint pain – plus it can weaken your immune system.
That’s a potential disaster for seniors!
Big Pharma-friendly researchers are calling this the biggest breakthrough since statins.
And with all the lives statins are ruining, that should tell you everything you need to know.
Of course, these guys are right about one thing – controlling inflammation can help prevent heart attacks.
But you don’t need $20,000 canakinumab injections to do it.
Natural supplements like curcumin are proven inflammation-fighters.
And you can buy a month’s supply for about $19,980 less than what you’d spend on canakinumab.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health