This article begins the second in a series that takes an inside snapshot of American industries along with their control of a servile government. The first in the series was a three-part synopsis of the military/industrial/political triumvirate, the most deadly and destructive part of the entire corpocracy.  The present article overviews another industry that is often deadly, the pharmaceutical industry, along with a servile government that provides a variety of hand outs, including stay-out-of-jail passes, and that exercises perfunctory oversight. Additional overviews of the other components of the healthcare industry will be written next before going on to other industries.
What's in your medicine cabinet? Bad Pills?
Never take for granted the quality, appropriateness and cost of any prescribed medications you may have. You need to be aware of how unsafe and deadly drugs may be, how drugs are developed and tested, how new drugs get approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), how new drugs are promoted, how drugs are priced and marketed, how unscrupulous big pharma can be in other ways, and how government serves big pharma at the jeopardy of the general public's health and safety.
What do you think causes the most American deaths every year? Cancer? No. Heart attacks? No. Conventional medicine? Yes. While the healthcare industry and government would have us believe otherwise, conventional medicine reportedly kills more Americans every year (about 800,000) than were killed during the entire Civil War.  This "death by medicine" annual toll includes about 100,000 Americans who die from "bad pills." Every year.
Some Examples of How Big Pharma Endangers our Health 
In Developing and Testing New Drugs
Spikes blood samples. Uses
improper techniques to test its drugs. Intimidates its scientists, threatening
them with going to jail unless they stay silent on fraudulent testing
practices. Uses falsified trial results to swindle the
In Getting New Drugs Approved by FDA
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