Posts Tagged 'premarin'

Menopausal Hormone Litigation Documents

Wyeth (not Pfizer) knew for over 30 years the possible harmful side effects of their drugs, Premarin (pregnant mare urine), Provera (synthetic progesterone), and Prempro (a combo of the former two). Even the FDA had its doubts about their safety but Wyeth talked, wrote and paid the company out of those problems by hiring doctors to promote the use of their menopausal drugs. Opponents of bio-identical hormones say that there are no studies showing the benefits of bio-identical hormone therapy vs. synthetic hormones, but now there is evidence of the harm synthetic hormones can have and it came right from the horses mouth. (No pun intended) Check out the unsealed documents from Wyeth, courtesy of the New York Times.

Menopause Article in New York Times

There was article published on Saturday in┬áThe New York Times┬áthat has been making its rounds on the internet and if you haven’t had the chance to read it yet, then please take the time now. The article is called “Menopause, as Brought to You by Big Pharma” and it highlights all the fallacies Wyeth used over the decades to promote its synthetic drugs. Some of the things the article mentioned weren’t news to me, but nonetheless I was still shocked to find out how long this lying has occurred. It never ceases to amaze me the tactics people and companies will use to gain profit despite the suffering it causes for others. In then end it mentions Suzanne Somers, who wrote the foreword for our book, and her use of bio-identical hormones. The article is long but take some time right now to educate yourself and share it with others. Check it out here.

Bioidentical Hormones More Humane Than Premarin

If the conventional benefits of bioidentical hormones doesn’t change your mind this article just might…

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/357301/alternatives_to_premarin_for_hormone.html?cat=5

Normally we only think about the treatment of animals when they are experimenting on drugs but this brings to light a whole different side of the drug manufacturing industry.