Empowered by Dr Rath’s consistent exposure of
the pharmaceutical “business with disease” critics and
legislators alike are now able to openly and fearlessly criticize this
industry without fear of threat of a legal backlash - and one by one
the dominoes are starting to fall!
April 27, 2003
In a prime time viewing slot on
Sunday evening, the UK terrestrial mainstream TV station Channel 4
broadcast a documentary made by an independent production company with
the title 'Dying for Drugs.' This film investigates just how far drug
companies are prepared to go to get their drugs approved; what they
will do to make sure they get the prices they want and what happens
when profits are put before people.
April 24, 2003
Big Pharma the next target for attack? The state of Connecticut says
its neediest citizens have been scammed by drug companies.
BIG Tobacco, Big Banking—and now Big Pharma?
It seems fanciful to speculate during a week in which Pfizer reported
profits, for its latest quarter, of $4.7 billion, that America's
mighty pharmaceuticals giants might find themselves vulnerable to
the political attacks that have tormented some of America's other
>> Read article at Economist.com
February 13, 2003
York State v GlaxoSmithKline
Exactly ten days after the publication of Dr Rath's first Open Letter
exposing the financial interests behind the pharmaceutical 'business
with disease' New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer filed a complaint
in the Supreme Court of the State of New York against GlaxoSmithKline
(GSK) for making fraudulent and deceptive misrepresentations that conceal
the true average wholesale price of its drugs from consumers, Government
agencies and drug price reporting services.