Time to check the medicine chest, my friend.
Get everything out. Line ’em up. Examine the labels. Write down names.
Then, do some sleuthing… because if anything your doc has you on was approved between 2001 and 2010, there’s a 1 in 3 chance it’s far more DANGEROUS than he’s let on.
And if you’re on three or more meds from that time, that means there’s almost a 100 percent chance you’re taking something far riskier than the drug industry, the FDA, and doctors ever realized at the time.
A stunning new study exposes how the FDA’s big push to get more drugs to the market faster than ever has been an unmitigated public health disaster.
Of the 222 drugs approved in that decade, 71 — almost exactly a third of them — ended up slapped with a “black box” warning that they didn’t have when first given the OK.
Those aren’t the kind of alerts given for a little heartburn or hives. They’re the most SERIOUS warnings reserved for the MOST serious risks.
Yet the first wave of patients on the meds had NO CLUE what they were facing — because those risks only appeared AFTER the meds went into mass circulation.
The mainstream is dumbfounded, but what in the heck did they expect?
Drugs are being approved based on the flimsiest of evidence, with many “major” clinical trials now involving fewer than 1,000 patients taking them for six months or less.
When it comes to meds they’re going to sell to MILLIONS, with some taking them for years at a time, there’s no way in the world studies like those will reveal all the true risks.
Think this is getting better? Think again!
Democrats and Republicans alike both routinely kowtow to their deep-pocketed friends in Big Pharma, pressuring the FDA to approve MORE meds FASTER than ever.
I wouldn’t be surprised in the least if it turned out drugs approved more recently have an even HIGHER rate of unknown risks… including big ones we STILL haven’t learned about!
You might feel powerless in all this. But you’re not.
At the end of the day, YOU get the decide what goes in your body — not some faraway FDA bureaucrat, and not even a doc under the spell of whatever attractive young Big Pharma “sales rep” just visited his office.
So, do your homework. Make your own decisions. And be sure to understand ALL your options, not just the ones the mainstream is hawking.
The best way to do that is to seek the advice of an experienced naturopathic medical doctor who knows when you need meds and when proven natural therapies will do the job better, faster, cheaper, and without the risks.