The author takes us step by step through the history of Vioxx, Bextra and Celebrex. We learn how these drugs work in the body, how each organ was affected, the implications, what the drug manufacturer knew, how so many lives were affected, what could have been prevented and finally the terms of the November 9, 2007 legal settlement. God designed the body to work like a perfectly programmed computer; DNA, RNA and following genetic rules otherwise there will be a genetic breakdown. What happens when prescription or street drugs are introduced into the body? They will affect the nervous system, blood and connective tissue. What you are taking when the doctor prescribes medication? There are nine receptors in the body. If they are inhibited by drug induced artificial sources, the result will be bodily dysfunction and autoimmune diseases. The author exposes the truth about medical marijuana, steroids, how the body responds when you have a disease such as multiple sclerosis and so much more.
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