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Friday, July 31, 2009

The Mothers Act Disease Mongering Campaign

By Evie Pringle


Part I

"The Mothers Act represents the ultimate example of disease mongering at its worst because the eight-year attempt to pass this federal legislation has evolved into profiteering never before exhibited so conspicuously." READ MORE

Part II

"Although the mandatory screening language was removed from the Mothers Act last year, due to strong opposition, the words and actions by the bill's supporters demonstrate that the screening dragnet was always the main component of this disease mongering campaign. The language in the previous bill stated in part: "To ensure that new mothers and their families are educated about postpartum depression, screened for symptoms, and provided with essential services." READ MORE

Part III

"In an article titled, "Disorders Made To Order," in the July 2002 issue of Mother Jones Magazine, Brendan Koerner described the "modus operandi" of marketing a disease rather than selling a drug, "typical of the post-Prozac era." READ MORE

Part IV Coming soon.

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