Vital Désir, la bande annonce

Le Distilbène DES, en savoir plus

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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HPV Testing and Cervical Screening

Is the HPV Test better Cancer Screen Method than Pap Smear?

Many women know the HPV vaccine can help protect against cervical cancer. But did you know there is also an HPV test?.

  • Video by healthcentralobgyn, Published on 16 Dec 2011
  • We’ve been doing the HPV test in our office for about 7 years,” said Dr. Jay Staub, ” and I’ve actually have negative paps for 5 to 7 to 10 years in a row and had an HPV test that was positive and actually had cervical cancer. So, I think we’re headed in that direction. We just don’t have the data yet. I think we’re going to see studies that indicate that the HPV test is probably more accurate as a primary screen. “

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Ex Pharmaceutical Industry Sales Rep Confessions

Ex Drug Rep — Manipulating Doctors

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: Manipulating Doctors, Gwen talks about some of the tactics used by some pharmaceutical sales reps to get doctors to prescribe their drugs.

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Chemotherapy alternatives: new Cancer Tools allow Patients to reconsider harsh Cancer Treatments

Combination of new technology and more-targeted cancer drugs

A development stage biotechnology company is leading the way to a new approach to cancer treatment, adding years of survival and doing so without toxic side effects at lower cost than pricier new cancer drugs.

  • Video by IBTimesTV, Published on 2 May 2013

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  • After decades of using one-size-fits-all therapies to combat cancer, doctors are using new tools to help decide when their patients can skip chemotherapy or other harsh treatments. An approach to oncology that has been in place for decades is beginning to yield to an arsenal of long-term clinical studies, genetic tests and novel drugs that target cancer cells and their infrastructure.
  • Read Skip Chemo? New Cancer Tools Allow Patients To Reconsider Harsh Cancer Treatments
     HuffPost Healthy Living, 15 May 2013.
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“Incurable Diseases” is it a Business?

The Documentary by Carla Sánchez

“Incurable Diseases; Is it a Business?” is an ambitious 90-minute documentary film, targeted for worldwide distribution, exposing the deceptive practices of the medical industry and pharmaceutical companies thus creating an open mind to alternative and complementary methods of healing to stop the progression of diseases like Cancer and disorders like Autism.

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Ex Pharmaceutical Industry Sales Rep Confessions

Confessions of a Prescription Drug Pusher: Antipsychotics Off Label, Nursing Homes, Gwen Olsen

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: Marketing Antipsychotics Off Label, Gwen talks about her experience pushing drugs for a pharmaceutical company.

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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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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.

Ex Pharmaceutical Industry Sales Rep Confessions

Rx Companies & the FDA – 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: Rx Companies & the FDA, Gwen sheds light on the relationship between the FDA and the major pharmaceutical companies.

  • Video by Gwen Olsen, Published on 25 Jan 2011

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What I thought I knew, Video with Alice Eve Cohen

Video by PenguinGroupUSA, Published on June 2009

Solo theater artist Alice Eve Cohen knew that childbearing was simply impossible – her own mother had taken DES, and Alice had a deformed uterus, among other disqualifiers. So when what doctors misdiagnosed as a tumor turned out to be a 6-month fetus, the 44-year-old Alice had to wrestle with clueless specialists, cavalier insurance companies, and her own no-see-um maternal instincts. A personal and medical odyssey beyond anything most women would believe possible.

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