Allison Edwards
Allison Edwards

Just say no to drugs.

Jo Thomson
Jo Thomson
  • Allison Edwards

WHY o why dont people listen?!?

Brian Wall
Brian Wall
  • Allison Edwards

Saying no to drugs in my world would be a very wrong decision on my behalf. The drugs I take not only keep me alive, these drugs keep me in tune with the rest of the world. Saying no is easier said than done. Saying no to non-prescription drugs may be a better terminology.

Anonymous
Anonymous
  • Allison Edwards

figuring out which drugs are harmful or beneficial is the way....but it certainly is confusing and a shell game. What do you trust? I trust good nutrition....I trust hemp/weed....and some pharmaceuticals that help curtail certain pain symptoms and deterioration....Ie....insulin for severe type 2 and type 1 diabetes. Lipitor is a good pharma drug. Others in short range testing and early approval often can be found to be harmful.....such a shell game we have. We are the puppets and guinea pigs.

Terry Asemota
Terry Asemota

Shamelessly fraudulent!

Carol Prouhet
Carol Prouhet

STOP THAT!

Karen Oakley
Karen Oakley

27 BILLION in profits from anti depressants alone. Other drug barons who cause death do serious jail time. Why the get out of jail card?

Mabel Mallens
Mabel Mallens

Maybe then the gullible public that still believe in the "pill solution" will wake up!

Jp Bersier
Jp Bersier

I am with you Karen Drew.

Karen Drew
Karen Drew

Too often corporations are treated like a single entity...we need to remember that they are made up of individuals who are individually accountable for their actions and in-actions. If we form a corporation and get together and decide to use poison to kill someone - do you think we should get off?

Mahesh Kunwar
Mahesh Kunwar

No need to support such a evil works.

Sherrie Decarlo-Hunter
Sherrie Decarlo-Hunter

The Gov. and the Pharmaceutical company's go hand in hand! Money goes from one of their hands into the other! Therefore this will always be a problem!

Becky Mortensen
Becky Mortensen

I am tired of how long it takes for a drug to go generic. I have been taking Singulair for close to 15 years. It is FINALLY going generic this month. I got asthma from permanent damage to my lungs from Legionnaire's Disease. I am doing quite well now, but it's hard to get asthma as an adult. I didn't use my rescue inhaler soon enough and ended-up in the ER WAY too much. I finally got my own nebulizer, so then I didn't need to go to the ER for breathing treatments. I was on Advair for a few...

I am tired of how long it takes for a drug to go generic. I have been taking Singulair for close to 15 years. It is FINALLY going generic this month. I got asthma from permanent damage to my lungs from Legionnaire's Disease. I am doing quite well now, but it's hard to get asthma as an adult. I didn't use my rescue inhaler soon enough and ended-up in the ER WAY too much. I finally got my own nebulizer, so then I didn't need to go to the ER for breathing treatments. I was on Advair for a few years, then it was discovered that there are many risks to using Advair. I now use Asmanex, I puff twice a day, and one Singulair at bedtime. My asthma is now very much under control. I have flare-ups when I get sick sometimes and have to do breathing treatments and take prednisone for 1-3 weeks, depending on how bad, but I haven't had a hospital admission for pneumonia in years. I've been able to treat it at home. Sometimes I have to have an oxygen machine for a few weeks to a few months, but even that has been awhile. I SO hate it when I find out ANY drug has been found to be unsafe. I thought they did drug trials to see that it was safe before the FDA was supposed to approve it. My doctor took me off of Advair IMNEDIATELY.

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