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Drugs that make you well can make you ill

Hidden Cause of Adverse Drug Reactions
By Shane Ellison, M.Sc.

An Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR's) is a negative side effect that occurs
from using a drug as prescribed. The New England Journal of Medicine
shows that ADR's occur in one out of every four individuals who visit
their family medical doctor – this equates 22 million people. Many
ADR's are not caused by the drug directly. Instead, they are the result
of drug-induced nutritional deficiencies.

The primary mechanisms of drug-induced nutrient depletion include
inhibition of nutrient absorption, synthesis, transport, storage, metabolism
or excretion. Regardless of the mechanism the end result is the same
– ADR's.

The magnitude of this danger is immense. Despite the 22 million who
are injured every year from ADR's, the FDA does not require drug
companies to report whether or not an approved drugs elicits a nutrient
deficiency. As a result, most physicians and pharmacists are unaware of this
real and present danger. This lack of awareness among our health
professionals puts millions at risk for poor health and even premature death
– courtesy of ADR's.

This is not medical advice. Medical diagnosis and treatment is
constrained by law to be the monopoly of state licensed practitioners. Shane
Ellison holds a Masters degree in organic chemistry and a Bachelors in
biology and chemistry. His experience in drug design and synthesis
afforded him a wealth of knowledge in the areas of natural medicine and
therapeutic nutrition. He is not a doctor. In fact, he has never even
read Gray's Anatomy.

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  walkin on 2006-08-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Wow !
Is it allopathy or shallow-pathy ??
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Or maybe swallow-pathy ? ? ?
Sjaak last decade

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