Big pharma’s bitter pills

India Express: Big pharma’s bitter pills

The Indian press is often the source of refreshingly clear eyed commentary on global affairs. You don't get direct criticism of big pharmaceutical companies so much here in the west, presumably because they're more of an embedded vested interest.

We also have the fear that complimentary practitioners have of offending the medical establishment and therefore not being "accepted". Even the term "complimentary" is reflective of this. Indian homeopaths have no such complexes as their modality is already recognised by the government and taught in universities.

Here's an article from the India Express which has no qualms about mentioning the many tragic consequences of harmful pharmaceuticals, which all had passed through the much lauded double blind tests. You don't hear much about this side of the argument here in Europe.