Jordan Davidson, EcoWatch
Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson recalled 33,000 bottles of baby powder on Friday after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found trace amounts of asbestos in one of its bottles. While the recall pertains to a single lot of baby powder, it is unwelcome news for the company, which faces thousands of lawsuits claiming that its talc-based baby powder caused cancer, as CBS News reported. →
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(NewsVoice) DEBATT. Janssen med moderbolaget Johnson&Johnson har dömts att betala mångmiljardbelopp för bedrägeriet runt drogen Risperdal. Det är en bara en i raden av domslut mot och skandaler runt bolaget de senaste åren. Trots det inleder Karolinska Institutet ett samarbete med Janssen som anklagas för att vara involverad i organiserad krimina. →
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– 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
Psychiatry and the great fraud by Jon Rappoport May 3, 2018 Warning: Suddenly withdrawing from psychiatric drugs can be very dangerous, even life-threatening. Withdrawal should be done gradually, supervised by a caring professional who knows what he’s doing. See Breggin.com. On the heels of my article celebrating the work of Dr. Peter Breggin, a hero……Read more
via Psychiatry and the great fraud — Jon Rappoport’s Blog