Exposing the Truth about the Pharmaceutical Industry

| July 28, 2015

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The Pharmaceutical Industry is not an industry to make money, not really to help people get cured; but only to manage the diseases. This is the reality that most people refuse to believe because they were brainwashed by the mass media and the system that only the doctors have the authority when it comes to dealing with treatment of diseases; that only them can cure. But the fruit can always identify the tree, and the bad tree bears good fruit. Hundreds of thousands of people die because of prescription medicines adverse reactions or side effects. We are not being cured, we are just being drugged. Wake Up!

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