For those who use eyedrops, you may have noticed that it’s nearly impossible to get the entire drop into the eye without spilling. This is by design. For those who don’t use eyedrops, kudos. It’s a racket either way.
Eyedrops overflow our eyes because drug companies make the typical drop – from glaucoma drugs that cost hundreds of dollars to a cheap over-the-counter bottles – larger than a human eye can hold. Some are so large, that if they were pills, every time you swallowed one, you’d toss another in the garbage.”
Glaucoma specialists Dr. Alan Robin says his patients struggle to make the expensive bottles of medication last. He wants drug companies to design a dropper-bottle to produce smaller drops. The drug companies don’t seem to care.
They had no interest in people, their pocketbooks or what the cost of drugs meant.”
Pharmcuticle companies make it hard for consumers to trust conventional medicine when they continue to put profits before our wellbeing. Is this the business mentality we want to see from companies producing vaccines for children?
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