Ex Pharmaceutical Industry Sales Rep Confessions

Changing the Paradigm – Gwen Olsen – the Rx Reformer

Gwen Olsen spent fifteen years as a very successful sales rep in the pharmaceutical industry working for health care giants including Johnson & Johnson, Syntex Labs, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Abbott Laboratories and Forest Laboratories. Now her new work is dedicated to the memory of her niece and her mission is to stop the over-medication of our children. Gwen is the author of Confessions of an Rx Drug Pusher and travels around the United States speaking to groups. In this video: Changing the Paradigm, Gwen speaks about the need for a paradigm shift when it comes to the over medicating of our children.

  • Video by Gwen Olsen, Published on 25 Jan 2011

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Cervical Cancer Screening with Vinegar, new Hope to save thousands of Lives Worldwide

Tthis strategy could prevent 22,000 cervical cancer deaths every year in India and close to 73,000 in resource-poor countries worldwide

Landmark Studies Offer New Hope for Reducing Cervical Cancer Deaths  Worldwide
Some vinegar for cervical cancer screening ?

A large, randomized study conducted among 150,000 women in India over a period of 15 years reports that biennial visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA), or vinegar, delivered by primary health workers, reduced cervical cancer mortality by nearly one-third (31 percent). Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among women in many developing countries, where there is little or no access to Pap screening. The researchers estimate this strategy could prevent 22,000 cervical cancer deaths every year in India and close to 73,000 in resource-poor countries worldwide. ”

Read Landmark Studies Offer New Hope for Reducing Cervical Cancer Deaths Worldwide
American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), June 2, 2013

IVF misconceptions and significant Gaps in Fertility Knowledge

Less than 2% of IVF procedures are successful for women in their mid-late 40s using their own eggs

Study reveals Canadians’ most common fertility misconceptions
Less than 2% of IVF procedures are successful for women in their mid-late 40s using their own eggs

While one in six couples currently struggle with infertility, new research indicates that this may come as a surprise given most people have  a startling lack of knowledge about their own fertility. It also reveals those numbers are likely to rise in the coming years as more women and men delay childbearing – which can lead to costly procedures and complicated births. ”

Read UBC Study Reveals Significant Gaps in Fertility KnowledgeCanada Newswire, March 27, 2013

Read Study reveals Canadians’ most common fertility misconceptionsCTV British Columbia, April 1, 2013

Sadly for many DES daughters having their own children is not possible! Many of us who have experienced miscarriages, want to have kids but are struggling or unable to…

Le droit français est inadapté pour les victimes des médicaments

Faciliter la reconnaissance du lien de causalité, l’administration de la preuve en permettant à la victime de s’appuyer sur un faisceau d’indices, sur une présomption et non plus sur une certitude scientifique

Gérard Bapt : "Le droit français est inadapté pour les victimes des médicaments"
Gérard Bapt souhaite permettre aux victimes de s’appuyer sur un faisceau d’indices

Distilbène, Mediator… les crises médicamenteuses s’enchaînent sans que rien ne change vraiment pour les victimes. Une fois les caméras éteintes, elles se retrouvent plongées dans de longues et coûteuses procédures à l’issue souvent incertaine. Bien seules face à des labos pharmaceutiques qui mènent, avec leurs redoutables avocats, une véritable guérilla judiciaire

Lisez les propos de Gérard Bapt recueillis par Anne-Laure Barret dans Le Journal du Dimanche du 10 mars 2013
Gérard Bapt : “Le droit français est inadapté pour les victimes des médicaments

How everyDay Products poison us

Stacy Malkan about Plastics Industry Makeover

Stacy Malkan, the leader of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, speaks about the connection between plastic pollution and cosmetics. What you put on your skin goes directly into your body.