More Corruption from the Pharmaceutical Industry

An article in the New York Time yesterday titled Harvard Medical School in Ethics Quandary exposes more corruption from the pharmaceutical Industry

The basis of the story was that a first year pharmacology student at Harvard Medical School was belittled after asking the professor about the side effects of cholesterol lowering drugs that seemed to be promoting.

It was latter discovered that the professor was also a paid consultant to 10 drug companies, including 5 makers of cholesterol treatments.


What chance do we have when drugs companies are controlling what is being taught to our up and coming doctors. It’s no wonder the health care system is so screwed up and that the health of the nation and the world is the worst it has ever been.

By coachrouse

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