CARE’s chief embryologist Alison Campbell explains the benefits of time-lapse imaging
Time-lapse imaging which takes thousands of pictures of developing embryos can boost the success rate of IVF, according to British research. The method, reported in Reproductive BioMedicine Online, can be used to select embryos at low risk of defects.
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…
DES case: 2013 Class Action v. Eli Lilly & Co., Arline @amaccormack Interview
This is a drug that was never adequately tested and never adequately warned said Aaron Levine, a lawyer for the Melnick sisters and the other women who have sued in Boston.
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BBC Panorama video with reporter Shelley Jofre
Many women have to take medicines while pregnant. But could they be risking the health of their unborn child? Decades after the Thalidomide scandal shocked the world, Panorama reveals how another medicine has damaged far more children. Drugs cannot be tested on pregnant women for ethical reasons, so doctors do not know if most prescription drugs are safe for the unborn child, and the system set up to monitor side-effects appears to be flawed. As evidence emerges that some common antidepressants are linked to heart defects in babies, the programme asks how much we really know about the safety of medicines women take while pregnant
- Video by dixiefid64, Published on 3 Jul 2013.
- The program is very interesting but unfortunately does not mention the DES drug tragedy. Once again DES is ignored. WHY? It would have been such a great opportunity. What’s wrong with DES? Is it because with DES, the Media can’t show upsetting photos of children born with no arms or legs like the victims of Thalidomide, or newborn babies who have undergone traumatic heart surgery because of the effects associated with the antidepressant drug their mum took during pregnancy? Is it because DES is the very first drug scandal which should have prevented many others to happen? All victims of drugs prescribed during pregnancy should join forces! The stories are all the same and highlights the same failure of our health system and the government response to the devastating consequences of these drugs. DES, Thalidomide, epilepsy drug Epilim, antidepressants … how many more victims are needed to put in place safeguards to protect mothers and their unborn child?
- Find out more about DES exposure and the long-term health effects associated with prenatal exposure to DES drug.
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Doctors setting bad example to medical students
The teaching practices of senior doctors are contributing to a decline in patient care, according to new research. The findings of Cardiff University and the University of Dundee suggest that medical students are being pushed to do things they are uncomfortable with – but they feel unable to challenge their superiors when in this position. Surveys and interviews with hundreds of British medical students show that some senior doctors are setting a far from good example.
Should genetically modified human embryos be allowed?
Great Britain is on the path to allow a technique to create babies using DNA from three people in a bid to help prevent couples passing on rare genetic diseases. The technique, which scientists say would not create a ‘three parent child’, helps prevent women with faulty mitochondria, the energy source in a cell, from passing on to their babies defects that can result in such diseases as muscular dystrophy, epilepsy, heart problems and mental retardation. The debate is causing controversy as Parliament gears up to making a decision on whether the technique should be made legal. Opponents say it is unethical and could set the UK on a “slippery slope”.
DES, trois initiales qui ont bouleversé la vie de trois générations depuis les années 1950. Après vingt ans de combats judicaires, les victimes du distilbène ont à nouveau la parole. Pour la première fois en France, une étude épidémiologique sur les trois générations concernées est menée sur les effets de cette hormone de synthèse.
L’enquête nationale sur les conséquences du DES, commençée en avril 2013, cible notamment à évaluer le lien entre l’exposition au distilbène in-utero et le risque de développement du cancer du sein, et couvre les trois générations victimes de ce médicament.
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Official preview video, 8 Dec 2009
If you, a loved one, or anyone you know is taking drugs recommend by a MD or Psychiatrist for Anxiety, Depression, Bi-Polar, ADHD, Obsessive Compulsive, Schizophrenia etc… then this film is an absolute must watch.
- Video by foodmatterstv, Published on 8 Dec 2009
- ” This is the definitive documentary on the psychiatric drugging industry. Here is the real story of the high income partnership between psychiatry and drug companies that has created an $80 billion psychotropic drug profit centre. But appearances are deceiving. How valid are psychiatrists diagnoses and how safe are their drugs? Digging deep beneath the corporate veneer, this three-part documentary exposes the truth behind the slick marketing schemes and scientific deceit that conceal dangerous and often deadly sales campaign. “
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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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L’association Réseau DES France organisait un pique-nique le 16 juin 2013 à Lyon
L’association Réseau DES France cherche des volontaires pour mener à bien leur enquête ” Conséquences du Distilbène pour trois Générations ” lancée en avril 2013. Parmi leurs rencontres conviviales juin 2013, l’association Réseau DES France organisait un pique-nique ce dimanche 16 juin 2013 à Lyon.
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Ex Pharma Sales Rep speaks the truth – Pharma doesn’t want to cure you
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: Pharma doesn’t want to cure you, Gwen talks about the Pharmaceutical industry, Pharma’s real motivations, lack to cure, heal and care for you or your best interests.
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