We'll Stop Causing Antibiotic Resistance
We acknowledge that the ten million pounds of antibiotics we sell a year to keep caged farm animals alive are going right into people's dinners and waterways. In addition to creating obesity (why farm animals get them) they also create resistant bacteria which kills thousands a year. We admit we have no interest in creating new antibiotics because there is no money in it compared with drugs people take for life.
We Will Stop Testing Drugs on the Public While the Public is Using Them
We admit that we often market drugs before their safety is known. Think Vioxx, Bextra, Baycol, Trovan, Meridia, Seldane, Hismanal, Darvon, Raxar, Redux, Mylotarg, Lotronex, Propulsid, phenylpropanolamine (PPA), Prexige, phenacetin, Oraflex, Omniflox, Posicor, Serzone and Duract. But hey, even after the injury suits, we still made money on the withdrawn drugs.
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