Monsanto Roundup Lawsuit

Monday, July 27, 2009

Who Killed Japanese Culture?

I've just finished reading a fascinating article from 2004. It was written by Kathryn Schulz and featured in the New York Times.

Kathryn describes in great detail how pharmaceutical companies targeted Japanese citizens with an angle based on their cultural beliefs rather than science.

Largely before 1999 Japanese citizens were, it seems, oblivious to the world of antidepressants, depression was rarely discussed, due, in part, to the cultural belief system.

Around 1999 pharmaceutical companies and their genius marketing teams used a ploy that only they could get away with. An all out attack that defies belief [at least it would have once, until I started writing about pharma]

ORDER THE PAPERBACK
'THE EVIDENCE, HOWEVER, IS CLEAR...THE SEROXAT SCANDAL' By Bob Fiddaman
SIGNED COPIES HERE OR UNSIGNED FROM CHIPMUNKA PUBLISHING
Post a Comment