FoodMattersMovie.com presents this animated spoof on the pharmaceutical drug commercials by Big Pharma - Enjoy!
A bit of comical relief on a not-so-funny issue of the powerful programming and influence that ultimately has become the #3 killer in the world today - pharmaceutical drugs in the miracle of "modern medicine".
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@BrightStaroftheDawn All the pro's to the drug are said at a normal pace all the cons said very quickly at the end, quicker than how it was done in this video, and I am thinking while watching these ad's, is all the side effects actually worth it? Makes me think all these drugs are we better off for it in the end? Progress yet all those side effects.
Scary ...because it's to real..lol !! The Pharmaceutical companies have us where they want us and know it! Do you know how many people die each year from PRESCRIPTION DRUGS? It's now surpassing those that die from street drugs! Look at most all of these movies starts thats died in the past 5 years, Michael Jackson, Heath Ledger, Brittany Murphy, Billy mayes, and the list goes on and on, EVERY SINGLE ONE I JUST LISTED and most ALL of the others had PRESCRIPTION PAINKILLERS IN THEIR SYSTEM!
This deserves so much more views!
such a great video, very authentic and informative
so true about what is happening now with the pharmaceutical and medical industry
they make everything sounds like some kind of diseases..
love this video!
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