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Radio Topic – Is Prednisone Safe? – 11/14/2017

Tuesday 11/14/2017 – 7:30pm EDT, 4:30pm PDT (Show Notes) (Show starts at 90 minutes into shared schedule block.) Mad Scientists Exposed Tuesdays & Fridays – 7:30pm EST, 4:30pm PST See more at MadScientists.Exposed & FreedomizerRadio.com Package Insert Prednisone Side Effects in Detail – Drugs.com Learn about the potential side effects of prednisone. Includes common and rare side effects information for consumers and healthcare professionals. Search on “My Experience with Prednisone” Search on “treatment for pain after dental surgery” Search on “natural alternatives to Prednisone” Dick Morris suffers from pain after dental/oral surgery Source: Ed Augusts’ World, followed by Mad Scientists Exposed 11/10/2017 by FreedomizerRadio | News Podcasts

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Why should scientists be “freaking out” over new super bug solution?

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I received an email today – On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 7:41 PM, Ted wrote: Lifestyle Scientists Are Freaking Out Over This 25-Year-Old’s Solution to Superbugs EcoWatch Mon, Sep 26 6:21 PM PDT http://www.ecowatch.com/shu-lam-superbugs-2017264440.html Ted (Summary of above: a young researcher has successfully found that super bugs can be killed with “star polymers” nano-technology, whereas chemical antibiotics have begun failing.) This is great news, and it might get FDA approval for two reasons: #1 The most important – it can be metered and measured out for repeat sale.   It’s something you can run out of, unlike the zapper which kills the same super bugs, but which once you buy it you own it forever.   They can not measure and meter it out to you at highly inflated prices. #2 It will only get approval if she assigns the patent over to a big pharmaceutical.   If she tries to retain the patent and sell it in non-prescription form, the FDA, who works for the pharmaceuticals, will never approve it. On the other hand, a reason the FDA might not approve it anyway, even if the above 2 criteria are met, is that saving people from super bugs, particularly…

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