If you took action to tell the FDA no to banning natural B-6, you will also have found Glaxo Smith Kline’s so-called Citizen’s Petition to the FDA that would have the effect of banning weight loss supplements. As you see, Glaxo Smith Kline simply petitioned that obesity be considered a disease. But don’t be misled. […]
AAHF is committed to helping to save estriol for patients. While the FDA is careful to say that it is not “banning” estriol, they are making the process of prescribing estriol extremely difficult. Furthermore, they have been attacking compounding pharmacists and have given an order to stop using estriol, and the term “bio-identical” in their hormone replacement formulas.
The latest attack on bio-identical hormones comes from FDA staffers telling Congress that even though estriol is the weakest estrogen, it is being prescribed to women in “mega dosages.” They are saying that this makes it potentially harmful, which is why they are insisting on doctors having to file an IND (investigational new drug) application.
The FDA attack on bio-identical hormones therapy, seemingly in conjuncture with Wyeth Pharmaceutical, has mobilized the health freedom community.
If you haven’t taken action yet, please do so now! We have also heard that the Wyeth is already gearing up to fight this tooth and nail. We have also learned that Wyeth is coordinating women’s groups to write letters in opposition of the resolution. We need you to help spread the word and fight Big Pharma and their controlling ties to the FDA.