Pharmaceutical companies exaggerate the good the drug will do for you.
It took me nearly four months to finish it (I read it once a week, a few pages here and there), because even though it's well written, the subject matter is a downer.
It's a very disturbing book, but also well documented, well researched and utterly fascinating.
How sickness brings big profits and wellness should be promoted instead.Published 28 days ago by c.corbett
Boring as all hell to read. If you already have a good insight on the Big Pharma, be prepared to fall asleep. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sgt. Revels
I am attending a group session about the body and the doctor doing the sessions mentioned this book and once again I wanted to have it in our library, to be able to refer too, and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Annie R Walker
Very well written and easy to understand. Americans need to become informed consumers of health care or you will be at the mercy of big pharma.Published 4 months ago by Dale J.
If you're a fan of expose books this one's a great addition to your library, Big Pharma's dream of getting everyone hooked on 1 or more prescription drugs. Scary business!Published 5 months ago by NHBunion
High blood pressure, high cholesterol, pre-menstrual syndrome, ADD/ADHD, pre-diabetes, depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, hormone replacement and other "diseases" are... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kenman
Is an expose of the increasing profit hunger philosophy of the pharmaceutical companies affecting world health. Another loosing battle for the common people. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Marcial Cerrato Sandoval
I suffered from headaches most of my life, what I didn't was the pills I was getting from the doctor was causing me to get worse. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Benson E. Shiner