Medicines, Why Have A Freedom Of Choice?
ateasd5941 at aol.com
Mon Jun 15 16:25:40 EST 1998
The freedom to chose your medication from ALL the options
available is important, why?
1) It offers hope and further assistance for the doctor when everything
else is failing.
2) It can buy the patient time and peace of mind from other untreatable
things they don't need to know about ( thus choice is an effective medicine
itself, a wise doctor would see this)
2) Because we are individuals and work individually
3) Because freedom of choice gives us control and and control helps
a positive attitude.
4) A domination of one product on the market is * very* dangerous for
health, no one can know the effect of time on their product.
5) It's ethically right
6) Because it promotes a ballence of research.
7) Because all drugs are improved in the same time frame.
8) It's a demonstation of a doctors loyalty to their patient rather
than to a drugs company, which promotes confidence in the
I am sure I could go on with this, but I hope that you all get the
drift? I am sure that the drugs companies understand some of
what I am talking about, at least I hope they do for the sake of
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