Cut Poison Burn Official Trailer

The Pharma Business of Cancer Treatment

Controversial, eye opening, and sometimes heartbreaking documentary puts the business of cancer treatment under the microscope. A MUST SEE, it will change your life.

  • Video by Nehststudios, Published on 10 May 2011
  • Cut Poison Burn is a searing film that illuminates the grim truth about America’s so-called War on Cancer. This thought-provoking documentary takes on the forces that have conspired to thwart meaningful advances in cancer research and treatment over the past century. These forces include the federal government (in its effort to label and persecute innovators as quacks), drug companies eager to suppress alternative treatments and powerful industry organizations that place profit over human lives. The story centers on the Navarros, a family struggling to keep their young son alive. The war between the Navarro Family and the FDA is perhaps this country’s greatest evidence as to why there should be medical freedom. As the personal meets the political, we see how the FDA holds a vise-like grip on treatment options. Heart-wrenching and informative, the film ultimately expresses hope that we can create a new paradigm of prevention, medical freedom and acceptance of highly-tailored therapies to usher in a more enlightened era. Over 12 years, 150 hours of footage and interviews with top oncologists, researchers, policy-makers, homeopaths and patients carry the story and reveal that we are on the brink of disaster and in desperate need of reform. “
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Opportunity to tell @CNNOpinion and @jdsutter You want more Media Coverage of the DES Tragedy!

97 issues you care about most
Tell CNN you want more media coverage of the DES tragedy!

Thanks to DES Daughter Caitlin McCarthy suggestion tweet, DES and the transgenerational effects of endocrine disruptors made the list of the “97 issues you care about most” . John D. Sutter, a columnist for CNN Opinion, is now asking people to VOTE on what he will cover as part of the Change the List project.
Grasp this opportunity to tell CNN you want more media coverage of the DES tragedy!

Read 97 issues you care about most and vote!
by John D. Sutter, CNN, June 14, 2013

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Vital Désir, la bande annonce

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Florence, une jeune femme de 38 ans est victime d’une fausse-couche au 6ème moi de sa grossesse. Le résultat de son hystérogrpahie révèle une malformation. La cause serait le Ditalmide: un médicament sensé prévenir les fausses couches, interdit aux Etats-Unis dès 1971 et, en France, seulement 6 ans plus tard.

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Today is International Clinical Trials Day in The UK

On International Clinical Trials Day, the NIHR promotes its “OK to ask” campaign

International Clinical Trials Day: 20 May
International Clinical Trials Day

International Clinical Trials Day is celebrated around the world on or near the 20 May each year, to commemorate the day that James Lind started his famous trial on the deadly disease scurvy. It provides a focal point to raise awareness of the importance of research to health care, and highlights how partnerships between patients and healthcare practitioners are vital to high-quality, relevant research.

On International Clinical Trials Day, the NIHR promotes its “OK to ask” campaign to encourage patients and the public to ask medical professionals about clinical research.

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Bad Science by Ben Goldacre lifts the lid on quack doctors, flaky statistics, evil pharma and more

How the scientific method works, and what to look for when presented with so-called “evidence”

Bad Science by @bengoldacre lifts the lid on quack doctors, flaky statistics, evil pharma and more
Bad Science Book by Ben Goldacre

How do we know if a treatment works, or if something causes cancer? Can the claims of homeopaths ever be as true – or as interesting as the improbable research into the placebo effect? Who created the MMR hoax? Do journalists understand science? Why do we seek scientific explanations for social, personal and political problems? Are alternative therapists and the pharmaceutical companies really so different, or do they just use the same old tricks to sell different types of pill? We are obsessed with our health. And yet – from the media’s ‘world-expert microbiologist’ with a mail-order PhD in his garden shed laboratory, via multiple health scares and miracle cures, to the million pound trial that Durham Council now denies ever existed – we are constantly bombarded with inaccurate, contradictory and sometimes even misleading information. Until now. Ben Goldacre masterfully dismantles the dodgy science behind some of the great drug trials, court cases and missed opportunities of our time, but he also goes further: out of the bulls—, he shows us the fascinating story of how we know what we know, and gives us the tools to uncover bad science for ourselves.

Ben Goldacre is Britain’s finest writer on the science behind medicine, and Bad Science is the UK Sunday Times top ten bestseller

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Mettre un enfant au monde, c’est faire le lien entre le passé et l’avenir

Eva, court-métrage

Sensibilisée au scandale du Distilbène, une jeune réalisatrice prépare depuis quelques mois un court-métrage (réalisé par Diane Weber Seban, dans le cadre de son film de fin d’étude pour la London Film School) au sujet d’un couple victime du Distilbène DES.
Ce court métrage servira de tremplin pour la creation d’un long metrage.

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Distilbene DES: après les Filles, au Tour des Petites-Filles?

Grazia News de la semaine, avril 2013

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Après les “Filles Distilbène”, au Tour des Petites-Filles?

Actu / News de la semaine paru dans Grazia suite à l’enquête nationale sur les conséquences du DES portée par Réseau DES France , financée par l’ANSM

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Distilbene DES: après les Filles, au Tour des Petites-Filles?

Grazia News de la semaine, avril 2013

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Après les “Filles Distilbène”, au Tour des Petites-Filles?

Actu / News de la semaine paru dans Grazia suite à l’enquête nationale sur les conséquences du DES portée par Réseau DES France , financée par l’ANSM

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Effets transgénérationnels du Distilbène DES, cette hormone sensée prévenir les fausses couches

Distilbène: un héritage empoisonné…
Emission 36.9° diffusée le mercredi 02 mai 2012

Excellente vidéo sur les multiples effets transgénérationnels du Distilbène® DES, médicament prescrit aux femmes enceintes jusqu’à la fin des années 70 et sensé prevenir les fausses couches….

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Deux Filles Distilbène en Cour d’Appel

Verdicts variables pour les deux plaignantes – 3

Marie-Elise Pesenti a développé un cancer de l’utérus diagnostiqué à l’âge de 21 ans. Un adénocarcinome à cellules claires, typique des effets du Distilbène®. Dix-sept ans de combats – Une lutte inégale – Une bataille sans fin ?  (Marie-Elise vidéo3)

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