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#1 DaddyCee

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Posted 26 January 2017 - 07:59 AM

Just came across this:

 

https://openpaymentsdata.cms.gov/ via this link http://www.collectiv..._eid=9b90043348

 

For the US only, but apparently can show you how much your doctor is getting paid to prescribe drugs by Pharma companies.

 

Wish we had something like this in the UK, though I'm not sure the system works the same way as the US.

 

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#2 powerback

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Posted 01 February 2017 - 10:53 AM

Great article thanks.

 

from understanding my past history with doctors, very sick with asthma as a kid, I never knew any other way than trust doctors .

 

I have done loads of research and I cant find a reason to ever go near one again.

 

I don't judge myself for going on drugs because of all the trust that was put into doctors from my parents and  then me.

 

I think of it like a cult that I have finally woke up from and got away from.


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IVE had 2 unsuccessful tapers in the last year .