Category: Medical and Big Pharma

Healthcare workers stage silent protest in Fitzroy, moved on by police

Nurses have joined Melbourne’s continued scenes of protest against mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, as deadlines looms for the healthcare industry.

A few dozen health workers gathered in Fitzroy Gardens in a silent gathering, saying they are being forced to choose between the jab and their jobs.

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Australia has a 98.4% survival rate for COVID

It is time the Australian establishment stops obsessing over significantly low positive COVID tests results and ‘attributed virus deaths’, given the overwhelming survival rates.

An examination of mortality and case statistics reveals that Australia has a 98.4% survival rate from COVID-19, with only 4.15 (questionable) deaths recorded per 100,000 people.

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Opioid Crisis: How FDA regulation failures allowed it to happen

Over the past 25 years, pharmaceutical companies have promoted opioid use in ways that were often neither safe, nor effective, causing significant harm on patients and consumers.

Regulatory failures made by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in approving and labelling new products, including deceptive safety studies, allowed for this to reach crisis point.

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Let’s not forget why Big Pharma’s credibility is so low

Big Pharma’s public image has been battered by a variety of scandals and self-inflicted wounds for many decades, yet some remain shocked when citizens question their role in the pandemic.

After a host of billion-dollar lawsuit settlements due to drug safety issues, lack of transparency, and illegal detailing of products, why exactly should the public trust industry motives?

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Pfizer approved for 12-15 year olds – important points parents must know

In new developments, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has approved the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children and adolescents aged 12 to 15 years in Australia.

This is despite the fact nobody in the approved age group has died of COVID in Australia, with children statistically not at risk from any strains of the virus, both domestically or overseas.

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