FDA Clears First Melanoma Survival Drug

FDA Clears First Melanoma Survival Drug

There are 1 comment on the WMUR-TV Manchester story from Mar 25, 2011, titled FDA Clears First Melanoma Survival Drug. In it, WMUR-TV Manchester reports that:

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a breakthrough cancer medication from Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.

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#1 Mar 25, 2011
Everything is breakthrough in medical research if you want to believe that Horse manure. Facts are that more people have died as a result of modern medicine especially because of the pharmacutical drugs. Research seems to be bogus and profit oriented. Doctors get kick backs and the psychiatrist (Mental health Industry)have NO test for chemical balance but yet they drugged most of the kids in public schools and adults and have lied about mental illness and any cause they developed in a hand raising meeting of the APA. The whole industry is full of propaganda. They are political with no science, no medical model and no evidence based medicine.

Herbal medicine with controlled diet is, to me, best for my health.

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