What doctors don’t tell you, about Big Pharma

On this page you will find an article from the August 2017 edition of What Doctors Don’t Tell You.

The article is copyrighted by What Doctors Don’t Tell you.

The title is this:

Don’t trust me (I’m Big Pharma)

by Bryan Hubbard.

The text above the title says: “Nobody trusts drug companies these days, not even doctors.

And, in a note at the end of the page, we see the call-out: “82% of doctors said they doubted the results of drugs tests funded by manufacturers”.

And two-thirds of the public “…doubted the reliability of clinical research”!

If you want to protect your health, both physical and mental, then you have to read this:


Copyright: What Doctors Don’t Tell You, August 2017.


Big Pharma takes tighter control of world’s leading ‘independent’ health websites

Bryan Hubbard

October 26th 2017

Copyright (c) What Doctors Don’t Tell You…

“Many of the world’s major medical websites are now owned directly—or indirectly—by the pharmaceutical industry, although this is hidden from consumers searching for independent health advice.

“WebMD, RxList, MedicineNet and Medscape are the latest to forge ever-closer ties to the pharmaceutical industry after they were purchased by private investment firm KKR (Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts & Co). The takeover will be finalised by the end of this year.”

The two paragraphs above are the summaries of an article by Bryan Hubbard, in the monthly health magazine: What Doctors Don’t Tell You.


And it gets worse.  All news is distorted and massaged by special interest groups:

How Astroturfing and Other Media Manipulation Compromise Your Ability to Get Truthful Information

by Dr Joseph Mercola – Copyright (c) 2017

Story at-a-glance

  • Ninety percent of news media are controlled by six corporations. As a result, the vast majority of what you read, see and hear is part of a carefully orchestrated narrative created and controlled by special interest groups
  • “Astroturf” is the effort on the part of large corporate special interests to surreptitiously sway public opinion by making it appear as though it’s a grassroots effort for or against a particular agenda
  • Wikipedia is astroturf’s dream come true. Many pages are controlled by anonymous Wikipedia editors on behalf of special interests who forbid and reverse edits that go against their agenda

For more, please go to: https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/10/28/astroturfing-media-manipulation.aspx?utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20171028Z2&et_cid=DM163215&et_rid=100040533