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Blood Pressure Drug Recalled After Oxycodone Found on Production Line

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Drug manufacturer KVK-Tech, Inc. has issued a voluntary recall of blood pressure drug betaxolol after oxycodone was discovered on the production line. The recall notice, published Sept. 29, 2023 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), says the precautionary measure is being taken following the discovery of a single 5 mg Oxycodone Hydrogen Chloride […]

Novel mRNA Lyme Shots Could Be Released in 2025

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Two novel messenger RNA (mRNA) shots for Lyme disease currently in late-stage clinical trials could hit the market as early as 2025, Moderna announced earlier this year. Also in the race to develop the first-ever mRNA product to prevent Lyme disease are Pfizer and Austria-based Valneva, which entered into a collaborative agreement in April 2020 […]

Big Pharma’s Influence on U.S. Medical Schools is Significant

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An informal survey of medical schools conducted in 2005 by National Public Radio (NPR) showed that a number of universities and academic institutions are funded by pharmaceutical giants and other health industry sources. The survey, carried out through telephone calls and internet searches, found that two to six percent of the yearly budget of medical […]

Medical Journals are Funded by the Pharmaceutical Industry

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The medical community has long used scientific research to guide individual care, industry protocols, and what is known within the medical community as best practice or standard of care. With differing opinions about best treatment options, the final say often comes down to what clinical research shows—with documentation in peer-reviewed medical journals being the gold […]

DES Tragedy Offers Cautionary Tale for COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

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The synthetic estrogen Diesthylstilbestrol (DES) was prescribed to pregnant women in the U.S. from 1938 to 1971 for the prevention of miscarriages and premature births. In 1953, published research showed that DES did not in fact prevent miscarriages or premature births. However, physicians continued to prescribe it until 1971, when the FDA warned that the […]

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