Big Pharma CEO Fakes Cancer
while Pill-Pushing Doctor Fakes
Clinical Trial Results for Bextra,
Effexor and Celebrex
Thursday, March 12, 2009
by: Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
(NaturalNews) The culture of deceit and fraud that permeates conventional medicine became even more apparent today with the announcement that Howard Richman, the former vice president of a pharmaceutical company named Biopure, faked his own cancer and even impersonated a doctor in order to convince a federal judge that he was dying from colon cancer.
This bizarre deceit was an effort by Richman to squirm out of an SEC lawsuit that accused Richman of misleading investors. According to the Associated Press, Richman misled investors about the potential for FDA approval of a blood replacement product called Hemopure, which is made from cow’s blood. By faking his own cancer and forging a doctor’s note, Richman was able to get a postponement of judgment in the SEC lawsuit, which effectively ended the legal action he would have otherwise faced.
It all makes you wonder just how low the integrity standards really are at drug companies these days. If a highly-paid executive can fake his own cancer in order to avoid a lawsuit brought against him because he lied to investors, what other sorts of fabrications and deceits might be going on at these companies?
Faking clinical trial data for Vioxx
Meanwhile, a researcher at Baystate Medical Center in Massachusetts, Dr. Scott Reuben, was found to have faked the data used in 21 “scientific” papers published in peer-reviewed medical journals from 1996 – 2008.
The Associated Press is reporting today that journals have begun retracting papers authored by Dr. Reuben. The journal Anesthesia & Analgesia has retracted 10 studies authored by Dr. Reuben, and the journal Anesthesiology has also started retracting studies.
But the damage has already been done: Dr. Reuben’s work was reportedly relied on very heavily by pull-pushing doctors and medication advocates, who cited his studies to “prove” these drugs are safe and effective. In reality, though, it was all just made up!
The fictions of Big Pharma and
This is actually the story on just about everything Big Pharma pushes these days: It’s all just fiction shrouded in scientific-sounding language, led by dishonest, corrupt drug company CEOs and deceitful doctors who lie to the world in order to make more money pushing dangerous prescription medications.
Even when drug company executives aren’t lying to their investors or lying to judges, they’re still lying to the FDA and their own customers about the safety of their drugs. Through the cherry-picking of drug trials (and the burying of negative results), they lie to the entire scientific community about the real dangers of their chemical products.
Modern medicine is largely one big lie. It doesn’t work. People aren’t getting any healthier from drugs and surgery, but they sure are becoming increasingly bankrupt.
The “grand clinical trial” of medicating an entire nation and observing the results has proven quite conclusively that drugs and surgery do not produce a healthy nation. That’s the one drug trial they will never report, of course: While people suffer from sky-high rates of degenerative disease, depression, obesity and chemical intoxication, the drug companies hilariously try to convince people they’re somehow getting healthier by popping patented pills.
But the results speak for themselves: Big Pharma is a big lie, and the people pushing the Big Pharma agenda are, themselves, some of the most dishonest and despicable human beings to ever walk the planet.
It is no exaggeration whatsoever to say that if the entire drug industry shut down tomorrow, and all the doctors went on strike, and all the oncologists overdosed on chemotherapy and died, the health of the population would immediately improve.
Modern medicine has become the enemy of good health, and those who advocate drugs and surgery have become well-paid destroyers of lives. We would all be better off simply abandoning nearly all of modern medicine and advocating nutrition, exercise, sunlight and the avoidance of man-made synthetic chemicals.
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