Polio Inccreased 50-80% Following Introduction of the Polio Vaccine!
In 1962, Dr. Bernard Greenberg, Biostatistics Dept. Head at the University of North Carolina School of Public Health, testified before Congress that cases of polio increased substantially after the first polio vaccine was introduced - 50% from 1957-58, and 80% from 1958-59 - and that the Public Health Service deliberately manipulated statistics to give the opposite impression. Source: Natural News
FDA: Politics, Conflicts of Interest and Outright Corruption
"The FDA is riddled with politics, conflicts of interest and outright corruption, with data manipulation and harassment of whistleblowers." - Money Watch, March 10, 2010. "The FDA is the best agency the pharmaceutical industry can buy. The agency is lurching from one disaster to the next; one shocking lapse after another." - From the article "Can We Trust The FDA?", Readers Digest, April 2008.
RFK Jr: CDC is a Subsidiary of the Pharmaceutical Industry
The CDC is a subsidiary of the pharmaceutical industry. The agency owns more than 20 vaccine patents and purchases and sells $4.1 billion in vaccines annually. Congressman Dave Weldon has pointed out that the primary metric for success across the CDC is how many vaccines the agency sells and how successfully the agency expands its vaccine program—regardless of any negative effects on human health... The scientists in that part of the agency should no longer be considered part of the public safety sector. Their function is to promote vaccines. As Dr. Thompson has attested, they are routinely ordered to destroy, manipulate and conceal evidence of adverse vaccine reactions in order to protect that ultimate metric. The CDC should not be the agency that we are relying on for oversight of the vaccine program. It’s the wolf guarding the hen house. It’s not just the CDC. Virtually all the institutions that are supposed to stand between a rapacious industry and vulnerable children have been compromised... Congress, the regulatory agencies, FDA, CDC, IOM, NIH, AAP, the science journals, the university science departments and the press. More
Drug Companies & Doctors: A Story of Corruption
"It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine.” "No one knows the total amount provided by drug companies to physicians, but I estimate from the annual reports of the top 9 U.S.-based drug companies that it comes to tens of billions of dollars a year in North America alone. By such means, the pharmaceutical industry has gained enormous control over how doctors evaluate and use its own products. Its extensive ties to physicians, particularly senior faculty at prestigious medical schools, affect the results of research, the way medicine is practiced, and even the definition of what constitutes a disease." - Marcia Angell, MD
Book review: Drug Companies & Doctors: A Story of Corruption See also: The Ethical Nag
"Over the paat two decades the pharmaceutical industry has moved very far from its original high purpose of discovering and producing useful new drugs. Now primarilya marketing machine to sell drugs of dubious benefit this industry uses its wealth and power to co-opt every institution that might stand in its way, including the US Congress, the FDA, academic medical centers, and the medical profession itself." -Dr Marcia Angell, MD
Side Effects: Death - Confessions of a Pharma-Insider
Dr John Rengen Virapen, former Eli Lilly executive confesses that he bribed the Swedish government to approve Prozac, in order to advance his career at Eli Lilly. Now that he has retired and has a son of his own, he is working to fight mandatory vaccinations in Germany. All this and more is covered in his book: Side Effects: Death - Confessions of a Pharma-Insider.
See also Gwen Olsen's book: Confessions of an Rx Drug Pusher. The $20 billion in civil and criminal penalties that Big Pharma has paid over the past 20 years is simply written off as "the cost of doing business."
Brandy Vaughn: Merck Whistleblower: Silent No More