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"So yeah, we are encouraging people to break the law,” Laufer added. “If you're going to die and you're being denied the medicine that can save you, would you rather break the law and live, or be a good upstanding citizen and a corpse?”
This comes from January 2019 but still rings a very large bell, especially because Bayer has purchased Monsanto, the maker of Round-Up, the heavily used weed preventer in agricultural. They could be the largest contributor to congressional campaigns. Round-up is outlawed in Europe.
For many women low libido is not simply an issue of drive but also desire for their partner(s) and their ability to satisfy their sexual needs. "The drug was shown to improve women’s self-reported feelings of desire and lowered their distress around having sex, but it did not increase the number of “sexually satisfying events” they had in a statistically significant way." ...Read More
Horrific picture of how and where pharmaceuticals are produced. Not in the US. It makes the FDA look like a lobby, remise in their responsibility to safeguard our medicines.