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Have you ever wondered why you are prescribed that amount of medicine? Or that type of medicine? It’s because it was tested. You would say. But was it done right? They have to put the life endangering notes on the back. But do they?
“Inadequate and underreporting of trial results, especially safety results, is common,” wrote the authors of a 2015 study published in BMC Medicine. Their analysis of 300 trials with SAEs found that slightly more than a quarter simply did not publish their results, while nearly a third did not correctly publish the number of SAEs. For the remaining trials, 13 percent did not mention SAEs, two percent reported no SAEs, and 16 percent did not report the total number of SAEs per treatment group.
Nicole Wan, 19, who died within 2 days after receiving a lethal dose of lidocaine in a 1996 University of Rochester research project; Jesse Gelsinger, an 18-year-old with liver disease, who died during a gene therapy experiment at the University of Pennsylvania; and Ellen Roche, a 24-year-old healthy volunteer, who died after inhaling a chemical that induces asthma during a study at Johns Hopkins University.
In my book Illusive people have powers to read people’s minds, levitate, create illusions, have immense strength, and even control people. All this happened after a pandemic with a new strand of meningococcal disease named Meningococcas Krinotas or MK plague.
Were one guy found a cure but since people were dying everywhere they didn’t have time to test the cure so they skipped the test and started sending it out so 0.003% of people got those powers.
So adults do you want more testing of drugs or would you rather your children die… Or even get something worse. To test a drug, ask your doctor about possible side effects. Make sure the medicine has been out for a while. Another way to test if your medicine is safe go online and see the reviews.
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