Why should Newsweek attack Oprah Winfrey? Here's Why: Oprah's TV show advocates Natural Medicine and Bioidentical Hormones in direct competition to the interests of the Pharmaceutical Industry that makes synthetic hormones. Newsweek is merely an attack dog for the drug industry. A typical issue of Newsweek magazine contains $2 million in pharma ads, That's Why.
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Falsely Depicted as Voodoo Witch on Cover of Newsweek.
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Newsweek is a Desperate Mouthpiece for the Pharmaceutical Industry
Five national consumer organizations have complained about Newsweek. They have charged Newsweek magazine with unethical journalism in the promotion of the drug industry's agenda. Specifically, Newsweek ran a special edition, entitled Health for Life, paid for by the drug industry's PhRMA. Newsweek promotes a biased drug agenda, all the while pretending to be impartial and objective. This is truely deceptive.
Oprah is Immensely Popular
With a personal fortune of 2.7 billion, and 40 million weekly viewers, Oprah Winfrey is immensely popular. Her O magazine sells 2 million copies a month and her new cable television channel will reach 70 million homes.
Left Image: A more flattering image of Oprah Winfrey courtesy of the Opra web site.
Why is Oprah so popular? I suggest it is because Oprah is a champion of the interests of the people. In this case she has championed Natural Medicine and Bioidentical Hormones, topics which are immensely popular with the public.
Suzanne Somers - Advocate of BioIdentical Hormones
Left Image: Suzanne Somers arch-enemy of the synthetic hormone drug company, Wyeth. Her books on bioidentical hormones have cost the Drug Industry millions of dollars in lost revenue. Image Courtesy of Suzanne Somers Blog.
Just Another Misinformation Campaign in a Medical Information War Between Natural Medicine and Big Pharma.