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The Gary Null Show – 01.11.17

Today on the Gary Null show, Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing, Gary covers the important topics of how eating a banana a day can completely change your diet. Are you having on going knee pain? Well Gary can give you ways to reduce that. To wrap up the health segment Gary makes sure to talk about the new fatty liver disease. In the second half of today’s program Gary goes into the commentary by Chris Hedges covering the political state of the United States of America.

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Ask The Blood Detective – Franken Foods – Controversy Lies And Your Health By Dr. Michael Wald, DC, M.D., Board Certified Nutritionist – 12.01

Dr. WALD has decided to present a different topic for next week called: Franken foods – the dangers of genetically modified foods. Dr. Weil to be reached at Integrated nutrition of Mount Kisco 914-242-8844 or via email at: info at Integrated nutrition NY.com.

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Matt Agorist – There’s a Cure for Hepatitis and the Pill Only Costs $4, But if You Live in America it Costs $1,000

On April 8, 2013, the pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences, Inc., filed a New Drug Application claiming to be able to cure hepatitis C. They received the FDA’s coveted Breakthrough Therapy Designation, which is is given to drugs that show significant treatment advantages to existing options. In an incredibly fast review process, the FDA approved Gilead Sciences’ Sovaldi for the treatment of chronic …

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Scott Klinger – The Tax-Dodging Marriage of Viagra and Botox

Throughout the fall, Pfizer, the maker of Viagra, has been courting Allergan, the manufacturer of Botox. Pfizer was not attracted by Allergan’s wrinkle-free face or full lips, but by its Irish “citizenship.” In its proposal to Allergan, the Viagra-maker whispered, “If we get together, we can really stiff the tax man.” In order to fulfill this goal, Pfizer would renounce …

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Why We Can’t Trust the Mainstream Media about Drugs and Vaccines

In its July 27 print edition, Time magazine ran a full-page color ad for smokeless tobacco. But what really got our attention were all the drug ads, which continue week after week, and presumably keep the faltering publication alive. The biggest ad, an inside-front-cover three-page spread, was for Xeljanz (tofacitinib citrate), which is aimed at people with rheumatoid arthritis. As …

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Big Pharma: How They Manipulate American Medical Doctors By Dr. Gary G. Kohls

 “The pharmaceutical companies are an amoral bunch. They’re not a benevolent association.  So they are highly unlikely to donate large amounts of money without strings attached. Once one is dancing with the devil, you don’t always get to call the steps of the dance.”—A psychiatrist, quoted in the Boston Globe, 2002. The New England Journal of Medicine, under the editorship …

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FDA overwhelmingly approves a cancer vaccine that does not work – RALPH TURCHIANO

– Wednesday’s vote came just two days after FDA staff reviewers recommended against accelerated approval for the candidate, citing concerns with the trial method and outcomes, specifically the possibility for investigator bias. – The former jab failed to reach endpoints for non-small cell lung cancer and previously failed to outperform placebo in a melanoma trial April 29, 2015 | By Eric …

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Merck Measles Vaccine Sales Surged as California Outbreak Grew – Cynthia Koons

There’s nothing like an outbreak to get parents to vaccinate — or to help vaccine sales. As a measles outbreak that started in California grew from seven cases on Jan. 7 to more than 100 a month later, sales of Merck & Co.’s measles vaccine surged as well. From the first week the measles outbreak was in the news to …