Mark is a semi-retired pharmacist who retains an active interest in all things “pharmacy”.
His particular concerns relates to evidence-based marketing which acts as a front for fraudulent research by Big Pharma.
He is even more concerned with the front organisations of health professionals who act as a primary conduit for medical fraud.
That the King Review is a front for something more sinister would be obvious to most pharmacists and the industry at large. [...]
The term “fake news” is receiving more prominence of late, possibly because of the aggressive stance taken by US [...]
The King Review panel has currently reached an interim report stage that discloses a range of options which form up into [...]
Given the reports that flow in regularly from around the world, have you ever wondered how contaminated Australia’s health [...]
Speculation is growing that the King Review – a review of future pharmacy options for the federal government – has been [...]
Pauline Hanson recently ignited an echo chamber of media opinion, (major outrage building on previous outrage of reporters [...]
Skeptics Australia, is an organisation noted for its biased opinions and its campaigning against a range of health groups. [...]
i2P has commented before that community pharmacy has (and still is) the epicentre for primary health care. In many ways it [...]
Ministers in the South American country Uruguay have voted in support of a new law, known as 19.172 and enacted in [...]
On December 14, 2015 i2P published an article regarding the setting up of an International Citizen’s Tribunal (titled the [...]