All the Health Ranger’s warnings about Big Pharma are now coming true thanks to the opioid epidemic… and journalists are finally sounding the alarm – October 13, 2017

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(Natural News) The drug industry is a racket, a scheme, a chemical con game that has mastered the dark art of turning human beings into profit centers while pretending to be searching for “cures.”

But if you’ve been reading Natural News for long, you already knew all this. I’ve been sounding the alarm on Big Pharma drug cartels for over 15 years, calling for criminal prosecutions of the pharmaceutical giants under existing racketeering (RICO) laws. The pharmaceutical drug industry is, of course, a massive criminal cartel that’s steeped in bribery, fraud, predatory tactics and the systematic abuse of human lives for profit.

Now, thanks to the opioid epidemic, much of the world is finally starting to awaken to what I saw over a decade ago. The opioid epidemic has brought the criminality, corruption and pure evil of the pharmaceutical industry to light. People are downright horrified at what they’re suddenly coming to realize: The pharmaceutical industry exists solely to profit from human suffering in the name of “medicine.” And it doesn’t matter how many lives they destroy in the process as long as their profits keep rolling in.

Health Ranger warnings about Big Pharma starting to become universally recognized

 

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Medical cannabis use found to dramatically decrease reliance on addictive prescription medications — August 27, 2017

(Natural News) Taking medical cannabis may significantly reduce the need for prescription medications, a recent study revealed. As part of research, a team of health experts at the University of New Mexico examined patients who voluntarily enrolled in the New Mexico state medical cannabis program. The patients were also on scheduled prescription medications. Prescription drug use was reported to the New…Read more

via Medical cannabis use found to dramatically decrease reliance on addictive prescription medications — NaturalNews.com

Damning Investigation Shows Big Pharma Bribed 68,000 Doctors to Push Deadly Opioids – August 12, 2017

One in 12 doctors received payments — totaling a whopping $46 million — from pharmaceutical companies to push opioid painkillers, in just over two years…

via Damning Investigation Shows Big Pharma Bribed 68,000 Doctors to Push Deadly Opioids — The Free Thought Project

Largest Medical Fraud Takedown in US History: 400 Doctors, Nurses and Pharmacists Arrested for Scams Worth $1.3B(Video clip) — July 20, 2017

On Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that federal prosecutors charged more than 400 people (doctors, nurses and pharmacists) for taking part in medical fraud and opioid scams that totaled $1.3 BILLION in fraudulent billing.In total, 412 individuals will be prosecuted by his office in what’s been called the “largest health care fraud takedown operation…

via Largest Medical Fraud Takedown in US History: 400 Doctors, Nurses and Pharmacists Arrested for Scams Worth $1.3B — Humans Are Free

Big Pharma Losing Grip as Study Shows Nearly 100% Cannabis Users Give Up Rx Pain Meds – July 2, 2017

A new study found that nearly 100% of respondents say they would use cannabis as a substitute to their prescription opioid medications if it was available.

By Rachel Blevins – July 2, 2017

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A landmark study helps explain why Big Pharma is so afraid of the medical benefits of cannabis. The pharmaceutical and alcohol industries, both powerful influences in Washington, have long lobbied against cannabis legalization in order to protect their profits.

The recent study is lending credibility to the idea that medical cannabis can be used as a natural alternative to prescription pain medications, with nearly 100 percent of respondents saying they believe cannabis is helping them decrease their use of prescription opioids to treat the pain.

The study, which was conducted by HelloMD, one of the largest medical cannabis communities in the nation, and University of California Berkley, surveyed nearly 3,000 patients who use both opioid and non-opioid based pain medication…

Read more at: The Free Thought Project