We are pleased to feature another illuminating article by Dr Mercola, writing in The Defender, that will give you more understanding of how the criminal drug cartels known as “Big Pharma” have made obscene profits from human misery.
How Big Pharma Controls Scientific Research
— and Maximizes Profits
According to Dr. Aseem Malhotra, most people — including doctors — don’t realize that researchers who do peer review of drug company-sponsored trials don’t get access to the raw data. All they get is the drug company’s analysis of that data, which leaves the door wide open for manipulation and obfuscation.
- Drug companies have a legal responsibility to provide profits for their shareholders. They do not have a legal responsibility to give patients the best and safest treatment. But the biggest scandal is that those with the responsibility to uphold scientific integrity — academic institutions, doctors, and medical journals — also collude with industry for financial gain.
- Five hundred Australians have joined a class action lawsuit against the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), arguing the agency did not fulfill its duty to properly regulate the vaccines, which resulted in considerable harm to Australians.
- Australians who have experienced a serious adverse event following COVID-19 vaccination are invited to register for this class action.
- A similar class action is taking place in the U.K., where attorneys representing approximately 75 people injured by AstraZeneca’s shot, and family members of those killed by it, are suing the drug company.
- There’s now overwhelming evidence showing that the COVID-19 shots were a disaster from the start and that regulatory agencies knew it but went ahead anyway. Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky is trying to rewrite history by giving provably false testimony before Congress.
In the video below, Joe Rogan interviews cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra about Big Pharma’s control over research.
What many don’t realize is that researchers who do peer review of drug company-sponsored trials do not get access to the raw data. All they get is the drug company’s analysis of that data, which leaves the door wide open for manipulation and obfuscation.
As noted by Malhotra, “It’s not scientific, it’s not ethical … and it’s not democratic.”
Most doctors, unless they’re involved in the peer review process, are not even aware of this which is why they rarely ever question published science.
Yet data analyses by Stanford professor Dr. John Ioannidis show that “the greater the financial interest in a given field, the less likely the research findings are to be true,” Malhotra says.
READ THE FULL INSIGHTFUL ARTICLE HERE
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