Avandia is an anti-diabetes “wonder” drug that has been directly linked to heart attacks. Last month, the European Medicines Agency recommended its complete suspension from the market, while the US Food and Drug Administration made it all but impossible for doctors to write prescriptions for the drug.
The Novartis settlement includes a $170 million criminal fine and $15 million in criminal forfeiture by Novartis Pharmaceuticals, its United States subsidiary. The plea was announced by the office of the United States attorney in Philadelphia, which has specialized in health care fraud investigations of companies that promote drugs for uses not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, known as “off-label marking.”
Recent peer review study information reveals the potentially lethal concern for the drug all too commonly prescribed to treat pain, which is sold by pharmaceutical companies under several names.
A New Documentary - Exposes Grave Dangers Posed by European and Global Regulation to Medical Freedom of Choice.
Here is a new presentation detailing EC Legislation and key Directives affecting the European Union.
An eye-opening and informative half-hour with brave people who have overcome various illnesses using natural methods. Includes footage from my Attitude tour in Australia and some commentary. This short film is ideal to pass around your e-mail list to inspire others to take their health seriously and make positive changes. (DVD is still available from www.credence.org for a hi-res version).
Date: November 6, 2010 to November 7, 2010
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