When the Cure Is Worse Than the Disease

The major classes of prescription drugs are failures. Of concern is the realization most drugs are never designed to address the underlying biochemical causes of disease and may intentionally be designed to create life-long dependency.

Adjectives that could be used to describe modern pharmacology range from “disappointing, unacceptable, ineffective,” to “immoral, despicable, shameful, appalling, wicked, dreadful.”

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