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prof. Paul Clayton przypisy , „ZbL“ grudzień, 12/2021

prof. Paul Clayton przypisy , „ZbL“ grudzień, 12/2021

Całość tekstu w miesięczniku „Zdrowie bez Leków“ nr 12/grudzień 2021 r. (54) str. 16–19.

Czy leki działają wystarczająco, by nas uchronić przed chorobami?

Zyski Big Pharmy nadal rosną, a poziom zdrowia publicznego nadal spada. Istnieją strukturalne przyczyny tej rozbieżności, w tym elementy historyczne, finansowe i filozoficzne. Rozwiązując te problemy, możemy wprowadzić nową formę opieki zdrowotnej i lepsze zdrowie dla wszystkich.


Po ponad stu latach rozkwitu medycyny farmaceutycznej nadal nie mamy niezawodnych leków na żadną z chorób niezakaźnych. Po ponad stu latach panowania medycyny farmaceutycznej stan zdrowia publicznego pogarsza się w alarmującym tempie.

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