By Sylvie Beljanski

Posts in category Medical scandal

Make a wish!

Make a wish!

Again I received Christmas cards from many people that I do not personally know, but who took the opportunity to express their appreciation for their good health in this time of greeting and gratitude. Every year, these messages warm my heart and strengthen my resolve in my mission. The recent announcement of a lawsuit against […]

An inflammatory situation!

An inflammatory situation!

Earlier this month, the FDA announced it would be strengthening its warnings on non-aspirin nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), which can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke. They are typically used to relieve the pain or fever that results from a variety of conditions. Some of the brands that will have the updated warnings […]

Doing the right thing, even when nobo...

Doing the right thing, even when nobody’s looking.

A wake of scandals has shaken the world of cancer charities. According to the Federal Trade Commission and 58 law enforcement partners from every state, four organizations conned donors out of $187 million from 2008 through 2012. Two of those charities, the Breast Cancer Society and the Children’s Cancer Fund of America are being dissolved.(1)

Sporty Chemicals

Sporty Chemicals

This week, Bayer HealthCare, makers of Coppertone Sunscreen, signed a multiyear partnership with the U.S. Soccer Federation and the National Women’s Soccer League making this product their official sunscreen.1 The sunscreen will be given as samples at local team games and will also be provided in the locker room of the U.S. Soccer Federation.2 So […]

Cut into slices! Who benefits?

Cut into slices! Who benefits?

The current trend is to cut problems into slices and create a “cancer awareness month” for specific organs. So January seems to be Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Who made that decision? Why choose to go cancer-by-cancer from month-to-month? Is it to ensure the promotion of a particular type of treatment protocol? And the more protocols […]