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FDA Unleashes Another Lethal Painkiller, Zohydro ER to Kill and Addict -- but with a Cruel Twist

The cruel twist is that the newly approved pure hydrocodone product, Zohydro ER will be made by the same company that manufactures Vivitrol, a drug used to treat patients addicted to opioids or alcohol.

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Zohydro ER My recent articles have been calling the FDA out for approving a painkiller called Zohydro ER. This approval was given in spite of the FDA's Advisory Committee not recommending the dangerous drug be made available in the U.S.

I have reached out to Attorneys General, the Senate and Congress to investigate the FDA to determine their interest in approving yet another painkiller -- highly addictive and capable of being abused...

Read Full Article (Dec-21-2013 17:17)

Body Bags for Christmas Courtesy of Big Pharma

If I have offended anyone with my body bags at Christmas -- please know I do not apologize.

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Body bag We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Gift of Body Bags Compliments of: Bob Rappaport, MD, Lynn R.Webster, MD, Perry G. Fine, MD, Scott M. Fishman, MD, Russell K. Portenoy, MD, J. David Haddox, MD, and Curtis Wright IV, MD

These body bags will be flying off the shelves if the U.S. Senate, the Congress, Attorneys General and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) continue to turn a blind eye to the loss of lives in the tens of thousands to addiction and death due to lies and distortions perpetrated over the years by the above mentioned individuals.

Read Full Article (Dec-13-2013 20:55)

Does the FDA Have a `Rapport` With Yet Another Pharmaceutical Company by Unleashing a Killer Drug on Us?

Zohydro ER will come in doses close to 10 times more heroin-like narcotic than other hydrocodone painkillers.

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Drugs A lethal painkiller named Zohydro ER will be available to be prescribed in 2014 after the FDA's reckless approval of it.

If you think OxyContin crippled the country in deaths and addictions, be ready for further devastation of families when Zohydro ER hits your pharmacies and finds it way onto the streets by over-production of the drug.

Read Full Article (Dec-10-2013 21:46)

Is Lynn Webster, MD a Leading U.S. Pain Specialist -- Or `Dr. Death` as He Was Called During CNN interview?

Includes the transcript of Dr. Gupta's CNN interview.

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Lynn Webster, MD Is Lynn Webster, MD one of the leading specialists in the U.S. on pain -- or is he truly "Dr. Death" as he was called in a CNN interview?

On December 7, 2013 Sanjay Gupta, MD aired a segment on CNN regarding the prescription drug overdose epidemic. In the CNN program the husband of a woman who died while being treated at Lynn Webster, MD's clinic in Salt Lake City, Utah contributed to the story by interview.

Read Full Article (Dec-04-2013 21:17)

Does the FDA Have a Conscience -- Or Are They Too Corrupt to Care About American Lives?

FDA approves potentially deadly drug against recommendations of their own committees, big pharma will do anything for money, and the FDA is in their pocket.

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Zohydro ER Congress has major concerns about the FDA's approval of a dangerous and highly addictive new opioid set to be prescribed in 2014. The name of the painkiller is Zohydro ER.

Their concern is primarily due to the epidemic of deaths and addictions in the past decade plus because of dangerous opioids -- in particular OxyContin. You may wonder how the FDA could approve another opioid when the U.S. is fighting a tsunami of deaths, addiction and abuse currently to the opioids they had previously approved.

Read Full Article (Nov-25-2013 23:04)

To Justify Profits, Pain Physicians Say Just About Anything

As members of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee and DEA celebrate Thanksgiving this week, I hope they envision empty chairs at dining room tables in countless homes whose family members are either dead or addicted because of the rules of a very cruel game called "pay to play".

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Lynn Webster, MD Chronic pain is pain that lingers even if you are no longer ill or injured and other criminal statements the medical profession is being fed by profiteers in a "pay to play" scheme.

Last week I wrote about the Veterans Administration and the American Chronic Pain Association ties to the FDA "pay to play" scandal with the pharmaceutical industry.

Read Full Article (Nov-17-2013 00:32)

Is VA Involved in `Pay for Play` With FDA & Big Pharma?

Our military heroes are victims of death and addiction.

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Soldier with PTSD abusing drugs In my last article I wrote about the rise in prescriptions of painkillers by the Veterans Administration (VA) providers in the last 12 years -- a whooping 270%.

Think our military heroes have more of a problem than fighting in the battlefields? They do -- and its massive amounts of painkillers being prescribed to them for the treatment of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with opioids -- such as OxyContin.

Read Full Article (Oct-30-2013 19:25)

Rollin Gallagher`s Dark Alliance With Purdue Pharma and Prescription Painkillers

Narcotics prescriptions written by VA providers are up 259%.. VA prescriptions for Hydrocodone, OxyContin, Methadone, and Morphine have risen 270% in the last 12 years.

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Dr. Michel Dubois, MD, and Rollin M. Gallagher, MD TO: U.S. Senate Finance Committee

In May 2012 you announced an investigation being conducted by your Committee involving the rising rates of addiction and death throughout the U.S. to prescribed painkillers. Specifically you named pharmaceutical companies and their ties to pharma funded pain societies and paid physician spokespersons pushing painkillers for all levels of pain.

Read Full Article (Oct-07-2013 13:38)

FDA Accused of `Pay to Play` Involving Universities of Rochester and Washington; Experts Connect Epidemic of OxyContin Addiction

Pain Medicine News is mailed to "the highest-prescribers of pain medication." Why would they target the highest prescribers? Could it possibly be to keep the flow of painkillers in the US and Canada to increase the profits to Purdue Pharma and other pharmaceutical companies riding the addiction and death train?

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Lynn Webster, MD My interest has been peaked by a newspaper called Pain Medicine News advertising itself as THE INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT.

There are problems here though. First at the top of the page of Pain Medicine News very proudly displayed is the "Purdue Pharma" insignia with an invitation for the reader to visit

Read Full Article (Sep-22-2013 16:33)

`Pain Drug Champion` Under Senate Investigation for Financial Ties to the Pharmaceutical Industry

Part 2 in a series...

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Russell K. Portenoy, MD In December 2012 the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) wrote an article about Russell K. Portenoy, MD "appearing" to have second thoughts about pushing opioids for chronic pain.

Since Portenoy is under U.S. Senate investigation for financial ties to the pharmaceutical industry to potentially benefit financially in encouraging the medical profession to prescribe opioids disregarding the dangers of addiction, death and abuse - are his second thoughts "the fire is raging and my hose is out of water?"

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Marianne Skolek - USA / Canada Investigative Reporter

Email: Investigative Reporter Marianne Skolek, is an Activist exposing Purdue Pharma for their criminal activity in the promotion, marketing and over manufacturing of OxyContin throughout the United States and Canada. She began her work nine years ago after losing her daughter, Jill to prescribed OxyContin.

In July 2007, she testified against Purdue Pharma in Federal Court in Virginia at the sentencing of their three CEO's - Michael Friedman, Howard Udell and Paul Goldenheim - who pleaded guilty to charges of marketing OxyContin as less likely to be addictive or abused to physicians and patients. That same month she also testified against Purdue Pharma at a Judiciary Hearing of the U.S. Senate.

In working with the Department of Justice and Attorney Generals, Marianne has been instrumental in charges being lodged against Purdue Pharma. She also has been retained as a consultant with private attorneys working on behalf of victims and their families against Purdue Phama.

Marianne is a leading authority on the marketing tactics used by Purdue Pharma through their funded pain societies such as the American Pain Foundation in pushing OxyContin for the "under-treatment of pain" in the United States and Canada. The under-treatment of pain is a marketing fallacy contrived by Purdue Pharma and allowed by the FDA. She continues to hold the FDA accountable for this epidemic of OxyContin and lobbies them to reclassify this narcotic to be prescribed for severe pain only - never moderate pain. To date, the FDA has turned a blind eye to the epidemic of death, addiction and abuse of this powerful narcotic.

Marianne is a nurse having graduated in 1991 as president of her graduating class. She also has a Paralegal certification. She served on a Community Service Board for the Courier News, a Gannet newspaper in NJ writing articles predominantly regarding AIDS patients and their emotional issues. She was awarded a Community Service Award by the Hunterdon County, NJ HIV/AIDS Task Force in recognition of and appreciation for the donated time, energy and love in facilitating a Support Group for persons with HIV/AIDS.

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