The adverse effects of many drugs are causing an avalanche of lawsuits. Over the past six years, more than 65,000 product liability lawsuits have been filed against drug makers, more than any other industry. And the lawsuits are likely to continue increasing, given the number of drugs on the market and the number of consumers taking them.
Likely to Continue
The lawsuits, however, will do little to stop companies from releasing similar drugs with large market value. On the bright side, the 65,000 product liability lawsuits filed by consumers against these drug companies may be a sign the mind control power that they have been able to exert is in transition.
In 2005 alone, some 17,000 lawsuits were filed against the multi-national drug companies, even more than the next five industries combined.
Spending $10,000 per Year to Sell Your Doctor
Most physicians are well intentioned and sincerely seek to help you with your health challenges. The problem is that they are all powerfully, and most unknowingly, manipulated by a drug industry that spends, on average, more than $10,000 every year to market to each and every physician in the United States, for a grand total of $16 billion.
As we have said before big pharma spends 60 billion annually to entice you to “ask your doctor if XXXX is right for you” and another big chunk of change to make sure Your Doctor knows how to answer correctly. When will we wake up and cry foul?
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