Jew Medical Scams
The drug and vaccinations multinational companies are owned by the Jewish Rothschild's and Rockefellers as Mullins pointed out in his work.
Bayer is a Rothschild company. They purposely dumped AIDS infected drugs onto the global market. Why...... When more people have AIDS they will need more AIDS medications and the Jews sit back and make more shekels. Problem, reaction, solution.
Makes you wonder if they didn't just create the AIDS virus in the start as evidence points to and injected it into the populations by injected vaccnes..... They already got caught deliberately infecting millions of people with AIDS here.....
Makes you wonder what else are they putting in those vaccines they are trying to force onto the public by force of law....
Drugs company Bayer realised their product had been contaminated with AIDS, so what did they do, they still sold it because they didn't want to lose money, and when the US officials found out, they knew they couldn't continue, so they sold it to the Europeans, with full knowledge of US officials.
Now another drugs company, Baxter got caught shipping vaccines with live bird-flu virus in them to 18 countries, and when caught out were calling it an 'accident' !!!:
How far will the Jews who run these scams go to make shekels, they will even make something that its common sense that its not a disease into being a disease like..............Being fat.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/19/busin ... .html?_r=0
The American Medical Association has officially recognized obesity as a disease, a move that could induce physicians to pay more attention to the condition and spur more insurers to pay for treatments.
In making the decision, delegates at the association’s annual meeting in Chicago overrode a recommendation against doing so by a committee that had studied the matter.
“Recognizing obesity as a disease will help change the way the medical community tackles this complex issue that affects approximately one in three Americans,” Dr. Patrice Harris, a member of the association’s board, said in a statement. She suggested the new definition would help in the fight against Type 2 diabetes and heart disease, which are linked to obesity.
To some extent, the question of whether obesity is a disease or not is a semantic one, since there is not even a universally agreed upon definition of what constitutes a disease. And the A.M.A.’s decision has no legal authority.
Still, some doctors and obesity advocates said that having the nation’s largest physician group make the declaration would focus more attention on obesity. And it could help improve reimbursement for obesity drugs, surgery and counseling.
“I think you will probably see from this physicians taking obesity more seriously, counseling their patients about it,” said Morgan Downey, an advocate for obese people and publisher of the online Downey Obesity Report. “Companies marketing the products will be able to take this to physicians and point to it and say, ‘Look, the mother ship has now recognized obesity as a disease.’ ”
Two new obesity drugs — Qsymia from Vivus, and Belviq from Arena Pharmaceuticals and Eisai — have entered the market in the last year.
They also say that “medicalizing” obesity by declaring it a disease would define one-third of Americans as being ill and could lead to more reliance on costly drugs and surgery rather than lifestyle changes. Some people might be overtreated because their B.M.I. was above a line designating them as having a disease, even though they were healthy.