Sunday, August 30, 2015

Inventing a 'Disease' vs Curing a Real Disease

Is it not interesting how so many new diseases are being discovered just prior to the launch of a new drug which can be used to treat it?  While the drug companies are creating so-called diseases to treat with their newest drugs, the world is still dealing with AIDS, cancer, heart disease, killer bacteria and viruses, and a host of other real diseases.  Then again, it is a lot harder to cure a documented disease than it is to create one to fit a drug already in the company's pipeline.

David M. Tyler, Ph.D and Kurt P. Grady, Pharm.D,  ADHD: Deceptive Diagnosis, pg.128

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