– April 24, 2019
Earlier this month, the FDA granted accelerated approval to Johnson & Johnson’s new bladder cancer drug, even as the company deals with the fallout from asbestos-containing talc and surgical mesh.
The drug, Balversa, was approved based on a small study of just 87 patients and will cost up to $5,670 per week.
This is fortunate timing for Johnson & Johnson – and their investors – and presents an opportunity for billions in new revenue. But as the company faces thousands of lawsuits from customers who have been injured or killed by their products, it’s easy to wonder if Johnson & Johnson and their friends at the FDA are more interested in profit than cancer patients.
Let’s take a look at the darker side of Johnson & Johnson, the people who have been hurt by their lies, and the truth behind their new cancer treatment.
Read more via FDA Rewards Johnson & Johnson’s Lies with… — The Truth About Cancer
Do you notice or even feel frustrated because the supplements, medicines, diets, and modalities that seem to work for other people don’t work for you?
Do you do what most would consider “all the right things” for your health and spirit and still feel that you are not functioning optimally?
Do your energies, moods, and immune system feel like they need a boost even when you take extra time for “self-care?”
If you answered “yes” to the previous questions, there is a very good chance that you are part of the 1% of the population that is genetically of higher frequency…
Read more at: Humans Are Free
April 17th, 2017 By Stacy Vajta Guest writer for Wake Up World The truth is, your purpose is not about one thing. You are intricately linked to an expansive and intelligent Universe. To have just one magical thing that you are to be doing in this life is thinking way too small. Yet, finding purpose is…
via 10 Questions to Help You Find Your Purpose, Get Out There, and Change the World — Wake Up World
Parque Pumalin, Chile http://bit.ly/2nLN80r
In the largest ever private land donation to a government in Latin America, the one million acres composing Parque Pumalín has been given to Chile. Inspired by the gift, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet signed an agreement to place Parque Pumalín, as well as 10 million acres of federal land under environmental protection.
The massive area (three times the size of Yellowstone and Yosemite put together) will now be designated for national parklands. “Today, we are bequeathing to the country the greatest creation of protected areas in our history,” said Bachelet in a speech.
The sprawling valleys of Parque Pumalín were originally patched together 25 years ago by two American conservationists, Doug Tompkins and Kris McDivitt Tompkins, as part of their legacy of “wild lands philanthropy”. It was their vision to preserve the lands from the sweeping industrial development consuming much of Chile, where mining is a major factor in GDP and national exports….
Read more at True Activist