Do incentives from Big Pharma influence the way doctors treat cancer patients? A study published earlier this year in JAMA Oncology says YES.
The first study to evaluate reimbursement policies and clinical care in oncology, the review found that oncologists often change their treatment recommendations and prescriptions based on incentives from the pharmaceutical industry.
By Matt Agorist Lebanon, PA — Victoria ‘Tori’ Herr, 18, died in Lebanon County Correctional Facility after police refused to provide her with medical care for several days. Herr was addicted to heroin and began to go into withdrawal when she was thrown in a jail cell. While nothing will ever compensate for the loss…Read more
Op-Ed by Catherine J. Frompovich Apathy: noun Lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern. Online Dictionary Over the last ten days or so, since my computer ‘died’ (or was ‘offed’) after having spoken over the phone for one-and-a-half hours with an activist who has become a “targeted individual” (TI) and lives in a foreign country trying to…..Read more
(Natural News) A petition at Change.org is calling on the Trump administration to free an Amish farmer from Kentucky who was imprisoned for six years after being “harassed” by the Food and Drug Administration over the mislabeling of an all-natural salve. According to published reports the farmer, Samuel Girod, and his family have been selling…Read more & Sign the petition