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“Although corporate malfeasance cases end up looking very big, they often have their origin in just… one or two people who didn’t quite do the right thing.

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Psychiatric Drugs

Fortitude Law & the Seroxat Group Action in the UK

It’s been going on far too long – and it’s not over yet.

I’m talking about the High Court action against GlaxoSmithKline that is being taken by a group of UK patients who are determined to finally have their day in court confronting GlaxoSmithKline. 241 more words

Positive MS News: August 2015

Vitamin D research was once again a recurring news story this month, with more studies linking lack of vitamin D to MS.

Also widely reported was the news Novartis bought GlaxoSmithKline’s remaining rights to Ofatumumab, an investigational multiple sclerosis medicine, for up to $1 billion. 476 more words


Free in My Skin

So…freedom. Let me start this blog by being free from any biases. I am blogging about this product because they love the color purple. There. I said it. 531 more words


Three Organizations Set to Join the Defense Health Agency

The Defense Health Agency is expanding Aug. 23, when the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center, the Armed Forces Medical Examiner System and the National Museum of Health and Medicine… 246 more words

Department Of Defense

GSK bills UK government $92 million to compensate victims who were brain-damaged by its own vaccine for swine flu

It looks like there’s more trouble in Vaccineland, as UK-based jab giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has been exposed for peddling a swine flu vaccine that caused brain damage in potentially thousands of children. 49 more words


Africa - Malaria Vaccine Approved

Malaria ‘vaccine’ given the go ahead by European regulators, but some warn of difficult decisions with its implementation on the ground

European drug regulators have given the green light for a ‘Malaria vaccine’, called RTS,S or… 636 more words