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Back to school

Posted by gimpygimpy on 07/09/2010

It’s open season again in the battle between us sceptics and the evil, evil CAM people, and I must admit we are getting bruised.

Not that we ain’t trying, but with every move we make we seem to be getting our faces knocked in. If you ask me this is a direct result of the childish pranks that the ‘Voice of Young Scientists’ are getting up to these days. Not that I didn’t warn them. ‘Young does not mean childish’, I said, but like the kids they are they just won’t listen. So here they are again pulling the silly 10:23 campaign out of the hat. If it backfired once it’s going to backfire again, I told them. But on they go, and to make things worse they are launching the even more infantile ‘homeopathic vodka’ binge:

A BBC2 programme in support of the 1023 Campaign is to be screened on 14th September: Quote: “As part of a documentary for the BBC, the 10.23 Campaign created a new product – QED homeopathic vodka. Taking great pains to prepare the vodka absolutely correctly, to the most vigorous of standards, we then took to the streets to find out what people thought of this new product and the £40m-a year homeopathic industry.”

They may not get intoxicated from that placebo bunk, but they sure are acting like drunks, so who’s to know the difference?

It gets worse. Now the kids are launching a juvenile protest outside the Department of Health. The Voice of the Very, Very, Very Young Scientists will be offering free diplomas to practise ‘Old Wives Traditional Medicine’… Sigh… what can I say, reminds me of my early high school days.

The thing they don’t get is that the British public are not stupid, and it won’t do to offend British grandmothers if you don’t want your head smacked with an umbrella. Those Brit’s love their underdog; the more they push their immature self indulgent pranks the more support homeopathy is going to get. I guess it’s left to mature people like me to carry on a more serious campaign. Anyway, that’s what mum keeps saying.

And while the kids are playing games we are being punched all over!

Prof. David Colquhoun got the boot from the CNHC Conduct & Competence Committee! Read Here

An academic has been sacked from a committee of the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council …after practitioners drew attention to his outspoken criticism of alternative medicine. David Colquhoun, Honorary Fellow and former chair of pharmacology at University College London, applied to join the “conduct and competence committee” of the CNHC when it was established in 2008 as a self-regulatory body for practitioners of alternative medicine.

Now we all know that David applied for the committee as a publicity gimmick, but there you have it, just another attention-grabber that backfires on the more serious sceptics, like myself. Just look at the embarrassing quote this kind of stunt results in:

(having David in the committee): “…is like asking a racist to be objective about the circumstances of racist crime”.

Meanwhile, back at the ranch… Here is a snippet from a recent and most revealing interview with ‘Prof’ Edzard Erntz, fired head of the Exeter University Complementary medicine dept:

“So is it correct that you did not acquire the additional medical title ‘Homeopath’ but took further medical education courses in homeopathy? If yes, which ones? Ernst: “I never completed any courses.”

In short, it appears that the leading ‘authority’ on homeopathy has no qualifications in homeopathy. Read more here

But perhaps most embarrassing of all are the revelations on Ben Goldacre. Benny has finally been dragged out of the closet. I had to cringe when I read it, a bit close to home, and all I can hope is that this won’t happen to me one day… Lord knows I have connections with some of the very same companies. And just read the comments; they rip poor Ben and our other friends to pieces.

A few choice quotes:

It has been a lamentable feature of Ben Goldacre’s contribution to the public discussion of science in the UK that he has everywhere generated an atmosphere of intolerance in support of his views, and rather than raise the tone of the debate it has encouraged a new kind of scientific infantilism, in which you deride your opponents and defer to authority.

It appears that Ben’s old man was a company boy too:

Goldacre senior was a co-author of a study of the effects of GlaxoSmithKline’s notorious Urabe strain version of MMR, Pluserix, after it was suddenly withdrawn from public use in 1992.

The Goldacre dynasty seems to be one of several with on-going connections and strange family ties with the MMR affair. It read like Who’s who- list of corrupt Pharma ties, including

  • Dr Evan Harris, the former MP…is the son of paediatrician Prof Frank Harris who sat on the Committee on Safety in Medicines and the adverse reactions to vaccine committee
  • Paul Nuki, the Sunday Times features editor, who hired journalist Brian Deer to investigate Andrew Wakefield with the statement “I need something big on MMR” was the son of Prof George Nuki who was on the Committee on Safety in Medicines when MMR…
  • The Davis brothers Sir Crispin and Sir Nigel. Sir Crispin was CEO of Reed Elsevier, publishers of the Lancet… was also a non-executive director of MMR defendants GlaxoSmithKline, and Sir Nigel was the High Court judge who upheld the Legal Services Commission to withhold funding from the MMR case a week later without disclosing a family connection to the case… He neither disclosed his GSK directorship or his brother’s judicial involvement in the case.
  • James Murdoch CEO of News International, publishers of the Sunday Times joined the board of GlaxoSmithKlein…This was immediately followed by renewed “overkill” type attacks in Times newspapers on Andrew Wakefield by Brian Deer and others.

It goes on and on. Most embarrassing is showing Benny boys site for selling ‘anti quack T shirts and mugs’ crap: Vomit here.  Did I say childish? Who is ever going to take someone playing that kind of cheap gimmick seriously???

Like I say, badly bruised this month, and I don’t think the back to school pranks are going to make it any better.

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GGG

Posted by gimpygimpy on 07/05/2010

I have a sneaky feeling that my blog is getting seriously boring. Readership is way down, and the last entry got a miserable two comments, and one doesn’t count cause it’s from Warhelmet, who is a faithful friend, but a bit weak on the EQ  if you know what I mean ( I’ll dedicate a blog to him soon, cause I’m a bit concerned about the old boy).

Really I’m not surprised my blog is drying up. Who’s going to want to read about the Society of Homeopaths’ AGM, honestly? It has all the excitement of a Woman’s Institute meeting in Wales, if you don’t include the sponge cake. No one even goes to bloody AGMs, so who in their right mind would want to read about the SOH financial statement and director turnover. But what to do when ‘the man’ tells me to keep writing?  Got a mortgage to pay, haven’t I?

I tried to spice it up with a tired few comments on homeopaths treating Malaria in Africa, but I don’t think it did the trick somehow. Sure I could have gone to the same old ‘placebo’ or ‘stopping patients from using conventional drugs’ argument, but I thought best leave those points well alone cause  they might be wearing a bit thin. Everyone knows that patients in Africa can choose any Malaria drug they want off the shelf, and godzilla knows Bill Gates makes sure his vaccine industry investments keep rocking and rolling. Of course Africans have a choice between malaria medicines that have long since stopped working  or some fake malaria drugs from India that would really make them sick.

Have a look at this:

More than a third of antimalarial drugs sold in Africa have failed quality tests, research shows.

The study of drugs bought in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda shows that 35 per cent contained too little active ingredient or failed to dissolve, rendering them ineffective. Another third of treatments also belonged to a class of drugs that the World Health Organisation (WHO) wants to be banned because they can cause the malaria parasite to develop resistance.

(But you won’t catch me saying anything about that, cause it not my jobs-worth, GG)

The findings suggest that hundreds of thousands of lives are being put at risk and indicate that drug counterfeiting is to blame. Researchers fear this is spreading to Africa from South-East Asia, where up to 50 per cent of anti-malarial drugs are fake. Malaria kills up to 2.7million people each year, chiefly in Africa, and counterfeit and sub-standard drugs may account for at least 200,000 deaths.

(But you won’t catch me saying anything about that, cause it not my jobs-worth, GG)

A third of the drugs bought as part of the study were artemisinin monotherapies of a sort that the WHO wants banned in favour of combination treatments. It is feared that the parasite Plasmodium falciparum may become immune to artemisinin in isolation, as it has to older drugs such as chloroquine.

(But you won’t catch me saying anything about that, cause it not my jobs-worth, GG)

Only 200,000 a year dying from Malaria drugs and the rest ineffective and developing resistant malaria.  Not that bad really, not worth a blog from me, haha. Better concentrate on the CAM people, if I could only find just one case that died from their mumbo mojo I could write such a riveting blog. Nothing so far, but I wait…

Anyway homeopaths use Quinine in potency most of the time, just the same we used to before we burnt that option out by giving massive overdoses for 200 years.  And now we have to find a new drug every two years, but that’s the good part, cause it keeps the industry turning over, what-what!

I really hope something interesting pops up soon before I lose my whole readership. I heard a rumour that some CAM people are starting a counter skeptic campaign called GGG; ‘Give a Geek a Girlfriend’. Naturally I was a bit offended at first, but then I thought, hey, thats like me, GG!  There might be something in it for me, you never know.

Like they say: All blog and no play make Jack a dull research scientist.

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From Wurst to Burst

Posted by gimpygimpy on 08/03/2010

This has been a bad week. Haggis on my wee face  as they say in Scotland.

Not only have 44 MP’s now put their name to the EDM supporting homeopathy

http://edmi.parliament.uk/EDMi/EDMDetails.aspx?EDMID=40517&SESSION=903

And not only have 2700 people signed the petition supporting homeopathy

http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/Homeopathy1/

But now the primary evidence debunking  the Autism – Vaccination link has been found to be a major hoax in the best tradition of Pharma funded research (And, don’t I know how that works, cause hey! I’m both a researcher and Phrama funded. Coincidence? Synchronicity?)

Read it here:

A Danish scientist who was a key researcher in two studies that purport to show that mercury used in vaccines and the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine do not cause autism is believed to have used forged documents to steal $2 million from Aarhus University in Denmark according to reports in the Copenenhagen Post Online and a statement from Aarhus University.

Poul Thorsen, MD PhD, headed up a research unit at Aarhus University that was hired by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to prepare a series of studies that would exonerate thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative and adjuvant used in vaccines, and the MMR vaccine from any role in causing autism. The veracity of the three studies he co-authored is now in doubt.

These studies formed the foundation for the conclusions of several Institute of Medicine reports that claimed that it was highly unlikely that thimerosal or MMR were implicated in autism.

Autism advocacy groups have published extensive analyses on Thorsen’s studies and found many problems in methods, assumptions and conclusions that are supported by the data. And Thorsen is the lynchpin in the series of studies used to dismiss concerns about thimerosal and MMR causing autism.


But the final pie is that our own linchpin and role model professor Edzard Ernst is about to find himself on the dole!

The University of Exeter unit, headed by Edzard Ernst, Britain’s first Professor of Complementary Medicine, could shut next year unless new finance can be found.

Read about it here:

Now why would the ‘Company’ stop funding dear Izzy? Maybe because our campaign is going pear shaped?  Makes me  really nervous!

Anyways, lucky we have some friends in the right places. A bit of puff and a bit of spin, blame prince Charles and a touch of Pharma wand (all the usual stuff), and Izzy will be right back where we need him. Good old Sarah Boseley from the Guardian got on the case, and presto, the tables are turning. Sarah has been a good friend in the past, with nice little articles like ‘Simon Singh and the silencing of the scientists’, ‘Stop homeopathy funding, says Commons committee’ ‘The drug industry needs Capitol Hill on its side’ and of surprise, surprise   ‘Lancet retracts ‘utterly false’ MMR paper’

You can read Sarah wrapping Ernie in candy floss in the Guardian ‘life and style’, just beside a similarly flavored article on  ‘how to cook the perfect sausage’ Check it out here:

But even I got a bit of a chill down my spine when I saw his pic. Brrrr. A bit Dr. No, no?  I shudder to think how those CAM sheep feel when Edzard the wolf  launches into them.

Quote from the Article:

Homeopaths and their friends at Buckingham Palace must be rubbing their hands. The scourge of complementary medicine, Professor Edzard Ernst, may be facing the closure of his unit at the Peninsula medical school in Exeter. While there is plenty of money in alternative therapies, the funding to allow Ernst to test them scientifically is running out.

Haha! Plenty of money in alternative medicine -even I had to laugh at that one -nice touch!

Anyway, thanks again Sarah! A friend in need indeed. Hmmm. I wonder If Sarah will be publishing something on good old Poul Thorsen from Denmark and his bunked vaccination research. Halloo- I don’t think so!!  Just check out this fine example of Sarah spin on AIDS vaccination. Yes minister would be proud:

The world’s first attempted Aids vaccine proved a failure yesterday when, after four years’ work, the Californian biotech company VaxGen announced that trial results showed that it did not protect those at risk of HIV infection.

But…

All credit must go to VaxGen for pushing ahead with its vaccine trials, which are a lengthy and very expensive business.

And

Is the news from VaxGen completely disastrous? No. First, any mass trial produces data that will be useful for future attempts, and VaxGen has said it intends to carry on with the work on the vaccine

I wonder if Sarah would have the same very lenient attitude to homeopathic research. Noooo, cause homeopathy’s got nothing in it, and vaccinations have mercury, see! That’s science!

Isn’t it amazing how a paper like the Guardian got so left-wing it turned into Panzer Division? All Yin and Yang hey! Reminds me a bit of good old days at the LM and Spiked Magazines– Marxist to Stalinist in one quick flip.

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From bad to worse

Posted by gimpygimpy on 03/03/2010

I’ve really had a bad week! There are now 30 MP’s signed up on that EDM. This is backfiring badly. And if homeopaths carry on writing to their MPs there will probably be more. Lucky most of them are lazy twerps who wouldn’t pick up a pen to save their ass.

Here is what the EDM says:

That this House expresses concern at the conclusions of the Science and Technology Committee’s Report, Evidence Check on Homeopathy; notes that the Committee took only oral evidence from a limited number of witnesses, including known critics of homeopathy Tracy Brown, the Managing Director of Sense About Science, and journalist Dr Ben Goldacre, who have no expertise in the subject; believes that evidence should have been heard from primary care trusts that commission homeopathy, doctors who use it in a primary care setting, and other relevant organisations, such as the Society of Homeopaths, to provide balance; observes that the Committee did not consider evidence from abroad from countries such as France and Germany, where provision of homeopathy is far more widespread than in the UK, or from India, where it is part of the health service; regrets that the Committee ignored the 74 randomised controlled trials comparing homeopathy with placebo, of which 63 showed homeopathic treatments were effective, and that the Committee recommends no further research.

Irritating!!!

Then this whoever it is on The Voice of Not So Young Homoeopathy (What’s that mean, that they are older and wiser then us?!), goes and proves that only 3 MPS voted for the recommendation against homeopathy on the NHS, and most of them were only half there!

Here what the not so old says:

So let’s get this straight – the report and its recommendations that led to the media snow this week, and the dramatic assertion that the public have been duped since 1948 by NHS placebos masquerading as medicine, is the result of a report ratified by THREE MPs: TWO of whom were NOT EVEN PRESENT AT THE COMMITTEE MEETINGS – and ONE of the two was NOT EVEN A MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE when the hearings were held, and is due to stand down at the election in May this year.

Shit, Shit, shit. I was really hoping no one would notice that! So now it’s 3 against 30. Lucky we have the media eating out of our hands. Nothing like a bit of spin, eh, Tony?

You can read the whole bloody thing here. I did, and I didn’t enjoy it, so I had to respond somehow. Couldn’t think of much to say, so I just went for the good old ‘Homeopaths are paranoid’ bit. Only thing is, I’m using it a bit too much lately. And as we all know, just because you are paranoid doesn’t mean you’re not being hacked. Well I know that!

Silly of me to knock Carol Boyce for lobbying her MP, should have checked on that earlier. Anyways, lobbying MP’s is a privilege of the privileged, so leave it to us. What right do you have to lobby, were the experts, so back off!

And to top it all up, me old mate Ben Goldacre goes and writes an article biting off the hand that feeds us! I couldn’t believe it when I read, quote:

Homeopathy doesn’t work. But are the claims for other medicines any better?

Drug ads that don’t back up their claims show how dumb doctors can be about evidence and how lax regulation has become

Talking about Drug research and related advertising in medical journals (such as our Darling Lancet), Ben says:

The results were abysmal. Only half of the claims in the adverts were supported by the specific trials referenced and, of all the trials, only 55% got a score of “high quality”. Overall, only 39.2% of these adverts referenced a high-quality trial which supported their claim. This is not the first time such a study has been conducted. Villanueva and colleagues, in 2003, published a paper in the Lancet assessing claims for cardiac medication adverts in six Spanish medical journals: of the 102 references they could trace, 44% did not support the promotional statement. Similar results have been found in psychiatric drug adverts, and in the field of rheumatology. To offset any suggestion that I am cherry-picking, a review in the Public Library of Science’s open access journal PLoS One found 24 similar studies, and overall only 67% of the claims in adverts were supported by a systematic review, a meta-analysis or a randomised control trial. And he concludes: But it is only the most obvious illustration of the fearsome depths into which these problems extend. We are in very big trouble.

What’s the world coming to? Pass those pink pills, please.

P.S. I was on the verge of getting depressed, but one naïve homeopath made my day and commented on that Homeopathy cancer research  on my blog. Of course we all had a little fun with that. Pity all the other wised up and moved out. Come on boys, keep helping my rating!

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Oh Happy days

Posted by gimpygimpy on 23/02/2010

Ach this is a happy day for all, ja!

The committee for science and Tech has squashed the homeopaths! If has punched them in the vitalist organs. That is eine joke, ja!

Not sure why I have this German accent coming into my head today. Strange. It’s just that I get so excited  because we have made a big step towards exterminating the homeopaths.  Alzo I feel a certain thrill deep inside, ja!

We got a huge media response!  Everyone is publishing us while  their cancer research will vanish into oblivion just like the Cuban one did. No medical journal will publish those while we have a say! It is good to have control. Ja? Ja!

True that I have chosen to ignore the following sentence from the report

While the Government acknowledges there is no evidence that homeopathy works beyond the placebo effect (where a patient gets better because of their belief in the treatment), it does not intend to change or review its policies on NHS funding of homeopathy.

Never mind, nothing is perfect. We have taken homeopathy away from those with no means, now it is only for those with money to spare (And who has money to spare in the old UK, ja!) But we cannot rest here. We must plan out campaign carefully. Vot I propose to is that we organize a mass burning of homeopathic books in every town square next to Boots. Then we break the boots windows, lots of glass, ja!  That will only be the start. We have the means and we have the technology to exterminate the rest of the résistance. Homeopaths should literally be round up and put away, maybe in special camps. We cannot rest until we have come to a final solution to this problem. Yes I know there are many, many people who use homeopathy, but why should that stop us, it never stopped us before. These people do not know what they are doing, they are stupid ignorant animals and they should not be given the freedom to choose.

The good thing is we have saved a grand total of 9 million pounds, 0,0001% of the NHS budget, so they can now use the money to sponsor more research on drugs like these:

http://www.theday.com/article/20100115/NWS01/100119833/1047

Dr. Scott S. Reuben, a former member of Pfizer Inc.’s speakers’ bureau accused last year of perpetrating one of the biggest research frauds in medical history, was charged today in a federal court in Boston with falsifying medical research studies.

Reuben, formerly chief of acute pain at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass., faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

U.S. Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz accused Reuben of accepting a $75,000 grant from Pfizer to research the effectiveness of pain medication Celebrex for a 2005 study in which no patients were actually enrolled. Prosecutors allege that Reuben made up the data, which he subsequently published in the medical journal “Anesthesia & Analgesia.”

The data supported the conclusion that Celebrex was effective in helping post-operative patients who had received a particular type of knee surgery on the anterior cruciate ligament. “Anesthesia & Analgesia” later had to retract 10 papers written by Reuben, and medical experts at the time said at least 21 journal articles by the anesthesiologist appeared to be fabricated.

Reuben’s studies had been considered pioneering at the time they were published. His data had supported the use of two of Pfizer’s major products — Celebrex and Lyrica — in combination to treat certain types of post-operative pain.

Pfizer said it had supported five of Reuben’s research initiatives. Pfizer, which declined at the time to reveal how much it paid Reuben over the years to be part of its speakers’ bureau, said the company played no part in the fraud.

Last March, Reuben was dismissed from his position at Baystate Medical Center after an audit revealed he had been inventing data for as many as 13 years.

Like I said, it is good to have control! Ja vohl.

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Strange Norwegians

Posted by gimpygimpy on 01/01/2010

I’m puzzled

I really can’t understand the Norwegian health policy. Just think of the amount of money they are losing every year. I mean, like, can’t these people do their accounts properly?

OSLO, Norway (Dec. 30) — Aker University Hospital is a dingy place to heal. The floors are streaked and scratched. A light layer of dust coats the blood pressure monitors. A faint stench of urine and bleach wafts from a pile of soiled bedsheets dropped in a corner.

Look closer, however, at a microscopic level, and this place is pristine. There is no sign of a dangerous and contagious staph infection that killed tens of thousands of patients in the most sophisticated hospitals of Europe, North America and Asia this year, soaring virtually unchecked.

The reason: Norwegians stopped taking so many drugs.

Twenty-five years ago, Norwegians were also losing their lives to this bacteria. But Norway’s public health system fought back with an aggressive program that made it the most infection-free country in the world. A key part of that program was cutting back severely on the use of antibiotics.

Now a spate of new studies from around the world prove that Norway’s model can be replicated with extraordinary success, and public health experts are saying these deaths — 19,000 in the U.S. each year alone, more than from AIDS — are unnecessary.

Read more here


Perplexed… G

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I love ARV

Posted by gimpygimpy on 14/12/2009

ARV for AIDS. Who needs anything else?

As you all know, I am totally opposed to the use of CAM for the treatment of AIDS, especially in Africa where Antiretroviral therapy is available to all (well nearly all). It just a shame that the budgets for drugs have been reduced by 25%-50% lately- less drugs for them, less money for us.   I mean you do the maths – Big pharma sell them the ARV which they buy with our government support funds; money out, money in. Neat Huh?  And a nice little slice of that comes into my bank account every month. Now I know there have been a few glitches lately, as you can read here, but live for today I say!

Once-curable diseases such as tuberculosis and malaria are coming back, as germs rapidly mutate to form aggressive strains that resist drugs. The reason: The misuse of the very drugs that were supposed to save us has built up drug resistance worldwide.

Ten years ago, between 1 percent and 5 percent of HIV patients worldwide had drug-resistant strains. Now, between 5 percent and 30 percent of new patients are already resistant to the drugs. In Europe, it’s 10 percent; in the U.S., 15 percent.

In sub-Saharan Africa, where the drugs only started arriving a few years ago, resistance is partly the unforeseen consequence of good intentions. There are not enough drugs to go around, so clinics run out and patients can’t do full courses. The inferior meds available in Africa poison other patients. Misprescriptions are common and monitoring is scarce.

The story of HIV mirrors the rise worldwide of new and more deadly forms of killer infections, such as tuberculosis and malaria. These diseases have mutated in response to the misuse of the very drugs that were supposed to save us, The Associated Press found in a six-month look at soaring drug resistance worldwide.

But, look on the bright side; more mutated virus, more research. Hey hey!

Your pal, G

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Support the Super Profits of Drug Companies

Posted by gimpygimpy on 25/11/2009

What is keeping the economy going is pharmaceutical company profits. The swine flu vaccine alone will bring in over 10 BILLION dollars of profits worldwide.

And there is no down side- liability is all in the hands of the government and your tax dollars will go toward supporting the many who have had unfortunate side effects and death from the vaccines. The drug companies don’t have to pay a cent.

So do not link here:

http://www.straight.com/article-270843/vancouver/whats-your-vaccine

or here

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/11/24/Superstar-CBS-Reporter-Blows-the-Lid-Off-the-Swine-Flu-Media-Hype-and-Hysteria-.aspx

Forget what you read and hear here. The drug companies that I work for deserve your money and support. They are saving mankind and making lots of money doing it. So ignore the side effects and the fact that there was no swine flu  actually being there.

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Gimpy Blog

Posted by gimpygimpy on 24/11/2009

I work as a researcher and for drug companies. Anyone who is against drugs and vaccines should be stopped. My aim is to stop any criticism and all alternatives to conventional drugs. You are able to tolerate many more drugs and vaccines than you think you can, so don’t stop now. Please join me in my fight for drugs and more research and stop those nasty alternatives. And No, I don’t believe people should have the choice, cause most people are just plain dumb! I expose any problems with alternative health through any  means which I think is just.

The pharmaceutical  drugs you buy supports me, my drug “research”, my colleagues at Sense about Science. So pop a pill today, and keep  my fight against all health alternatives and complimentary medicine going.

Thank you.

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