People & Power Investigate Pharmaceutical Money

In 2009, drug companies paid $5 billion in fines for fraud. That may seem like a lot, but Americans spend over $300 billion a year on pharmaceutical drugs. Those fines are less than 2% of gross income. Drug executives consider that to be a good business model. A tax advocate reports (at 11:15) company kickbacks to doctors in the cancer industry accounted for 60 to 70% of doctors’ income. Some of the side effects of psychiatric drugs such as Risperdal (Risperidone) coming to light are males growing breasts and causing brain tumors, Parkinson’s and diabetes. (Courtesy G. Edward Griffin’s Unfiltered News

Please note: we in the US must now rely upon Aljazeera for news due to the corruption in the US news media and corruption throughout US institutions.

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