The Nature of the Problem We Are Dealing With
Not one member of the FDA advisory committee voted to approve an Alzheimer therapy. But the FDA approved the treatment anyway. The only good news is that three members of the advisory committed resigned in protest.
Dr. Aaron Kesselheim, director of Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s Program on Regulation, Therapeutics, and Law, said Aduhelm’s approval didn’t just set “a dangerous precedent” for what kind of evidence an Alzheimer’s therapy would need to show to get the green light, “but even more broadly for the idea that a company can turn around and at the last minute seek [accelerated approval] when their primary clinical endpoints in their trials don’t reach the level needed for FDA approval,” he told STAT in an email.
In his letter of resignation to the FDA, Kesselheim said Biogen’s Aduhelm “was probably the worst drug approval decision in recent U.S. history.”
And people expect us to trust the vaccines?
This is another example of just how powerful Big Pharma really is….
I’ve just read an interesting little book called Dementia Myth in which the author explains how the big pharmaceutical companies ‘work with’ and support the charity organizations, which in turn promote their products and the diagnosis of Alzheimers and Parkinsons. Meanwhile the patient’s symptoms can sometimes be due to nutrient deficiencies – eg. Vitamin B12 – or medication overdose, and not a disease at all, but these issues are often overlooked and not tested for. He also said that in the UK, doctors are paid for every Alzheimers diagnosis they make – which is a clear conflict of interest. The treatment? Drugs of course, and sometimes the patient is overmedicated, which can worsen the symptoms of dementia.
A lot of medical research at universities is also funded by pharmaceutical companies. They fund projects which involve opportunities for more drugs to be manufactured, not research into such things as nutrient deficiencies, surgery and other non-drug therapies.
A friend told me that some of her doctor relatives have said that the big pharmaceutical companies hire glamorous models as salespeople, to visit doctors offices and to give talks at their conferences. That also seems to work.
Of course, there are lots of wonderful, life-saving medications. But pharmaceuticals is big business, and as we have seen, the primary objective is to make money….
Even though this podcast is over three hours long, for people like us, it is rivoting throughout. If you have not been introduced to Steve Kirsch, he’s a passionate and smart truth seeker like many of us.. the only difference being that he’s made enough money as a serial entrepreneur that he was able to fund his own study of Fluvoxamine, which proved it’s worth as part of the cocktail to treat Covid-19 early.
The other guy just happens to be the inventor of the mRNA vaccine technology.. and he is a hard core, soft spoken scientist.
I really sympathize with Kirsch here.. my passion often gets the best of me, as it does him. Anyway, here it is.. truth is coming out step-by-step.. it’s inexorable;
I listened to most of the video. It was great.
I really admire Brett Weinstein. He must know that YouTube will eventually shut him down for what he is saying. He might even be in physical danger from the people who are behind all this.
But he won’t back down.
He continues to rationally and factually dissect the crimes being committed against the American people by our own medical establishment.
Let’s hope it’s a cure for prion disease released just in time for a tidal wave of mad cow disease caused by vaccine spike proteins.
Maybe that explains the approval.
Make money selling the disease and then its cure
Another investigative gem illustrating Team WEF tactics – using PR to sell trust to influence the masses.
…The company is one of the largest PR firms in the world for a reason: it fights dirty, and in doing so it often uses imaginative, yet underhanded, methods of manufacturing public consent.
The Edelman empire wasn’t created by a simple run-of-the-mill marketing graduate, but rather its founder, Daniel J. Edelman, was part of the US Army’s Psychological Warfare Unit during World War II. Dan Edelman was an expert in analysing and utilizing propaganda to change the mindset of the general population. His ties to the US national-security state persisted after the war, particularly through his decades-long close friendship with secretary of defense and pharmaceutical executive Donald Rumsfeld. Today, the Edelman company practices aggressive marketing techniques that achieve results like those in wartime. …
…The Edelman Trust Barometer can be a fairly accurate judge of public opinion regarding major institutions both public and private, but it is often used as a tool to aid in crafting the public image of some of the most brutal, iron-fisted regimes in the world. An example of this is Edelman frequently representing of one of the least-free nations on earth, Saudi Arabia. …