News just in that the MHRA have teamed up with Pharma giants, Pfizer, in a bid to stop men from buying prescription medicine over the Internet. Although the article does not state exactly what drug they are referring to one can hazard a guess that it is Viagra.
And who, might you ask, is the leading manufacturer for Viagra?
You got it... PFIZER!!!
Mick Deats, group manager of enforcement at the MHRA said: "The MHRA will not hesitate to take action against those who undermine public health."
Just like they took action against GlaxoSmithKline for hiding data that undermined public health. What was it now? Ah, yes... they sent GSK Chief Garnier a warning letter.
What next for the MHRA?
Will they team up with GlaxoSmithKline in an attempt to stamp out St John's Wort?
Maybe they would like to team up with a whole bunch of people that are addicted to their SSRi medication or team up with family members who have lost loved ones as a result of SSRi medication?
I'm all for better regulation of medicines, Christ knows I've been banging the drum loudly enough for nearly three years - I got a meeting - Pfizer get an advertisement campaign with the help of the regulators!
The advertisement is basically telling men not to buy erection pills online, I'm sure the MHRA will argue that there are a range of medicines online but we've all had the 'PENIS EXTENSION' emails hit our spam filters haven't we?
Good old Pfizer no doubt stumped up a huge part of the money for this campaign, a campaign that will no doubt bring them financial reward as 'punters' turn to their product.
What a disgrace. What a collusion. What a massive conflict of interest!
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