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Did Pfizer Contribute Funds to Canada’s Medically Assisted Suicide Program?

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Dying with Dignity Canada (DWDC), an organization that advocated for medically assisted death, released a 66-page list of names of 9,000 individuals and organizations that donated to its campaign in 2022. Pfizer, Inc. was included on the list as a donor to DWDC,1 which has advocated to expand the eligibility for medically assisted death to […]

The First Amendment, Brought to You By Pfizer

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Pfizer now claims the right of a corporate sovereign, arguing that states have “no legitimate interest in regulating” the company’s commercial speech while demanding the power to censor Americans’ newsfeeds. The call for pharmaceutical supremacy came in Pfizer’s response to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s suit alleging that Pfizer committed fraud and “conspired to censor public discourse.” Pfizer embraces […]

Pfizer Stock Posts Big Drop as Demand for COVID Shots and Paxlovid Dries Up

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The value of shares in Pfizer, Inc. stock has dropped by over eight percent in recent weeks, bringing it to the lowest it has been in more than 10 years. The drop follows a recent announcement by the pharmaceutical company that it will post a decrease in revenue this year that will come in well […]

Ozempic Weight Loss Drug Linked to Increased Risk of Thyroid Cancers

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New weight loss drug Ozempic has taken the world’s obesity epidemic by storm, but like most weight loss drugs that precede it over the past century, shedding extra pounds may not be the only outcome for consumers: Last month, the European Medicines Agency (EMA), a European Union (E.U.) agency that oversees and evaluates pharmaceutical medications, […]

AAP Says Obese Children Should Be Treated “Aggressively” With Drugs and Surgery

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New guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) state that obese children should be evaluated and treated “early and aggressively” with medications or weight loss surgeries.1 This is the first guidance from the AAP in 15 years on childhood obesity, which affects more than 14.4 million children in the U.S. and has tripled in […]

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