Pfizer Anti-Smoking Drug Recalled as Carcinogenic: Vaccines Still “Safe and Effective” | The Truth About Cancer

Pfizer drug causes cancer

The Truth About Cancer | By Ty & Charlene Bollinger – August 19

Pfizer is expanding its recall of anti-smoking drug Chantix after testing found high levels of carcinogenic material in the pill. The leading prescription for smoking secession, Chantix is prescribed to over half a million people each year and accounts for $1.1 BILLION in revenue for Pfizer each year.

While commercial cigarettes are undoubtedly unhealthy, the market for pharmaceutical cessation products is enormous. So is the money spent on advertising. Pfizer spends over $200 million a year to promote the drug (which is over 400% more expensive than it was in 2008).

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Former Advisor Now Whistleblower Exposes How FDA Approves Harmful Drugs | GreatGameIndia

By GreatGameIndia – July 4, 2021 | Written by Moira McCarthyHealthline

In a recent interview former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisor turned whistleblower exposed how the FDA approves harmful drugs. The post Former Advisor Now Whistleblower Exposes How FDA Approves Harmful Drugs appeared first on GreatGameIndia.

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New Study Finds Antipsychotics Don’t Prevent but Actually Cause Psychosis | Prepare For Change – Aug 15, 2020

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CCHR hopes study will put an end to the psychiatric practice of pre-drugging children with powerful psychotropic drugs to prevent the possible onset of a behavioral disorder. Experts condemn the practice as unscientific and harmful.

by Jan Eastgate, President,
CCHR International

A new study has found prescribing antipsychotics to prevent psychosis is harmful and should put this practice to rest. For a decade CCHR has opposed “pre-drugging” youths and adults to theoretically prevent the onset of behavioral disorders that physically don’t exist. Researchers of the new study published in July in the Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vindicates CCHR’s concerns. Researchers investigated whether antipsychotics might prevent “conversion to psychosis” in people who were identified as at “clinical high risk (CHR)” of it. However, they concluded:

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