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Aug 262014

Here is the full transcript of this interview: (Including pre and post video edit)

SCARBOROUGH: I had to wait a second for that, but it was worth the wait.
Anyway, this is where we share the sometimes inhumane ways that corporate America has found to screw consumers. Tonight’s spotlight, the Bayer corporation. And I’ve got to tell you, this is one of the worst drug-related medical disasters I think in history.
And let me bring in Mike Papantonio right now, who is a legal adviser to SCARBOROUGH COUNTRY, to talk about what Bayer did.
Mike, welcome to the show. We appreciate you being on tonight.
MIKE PAPANTONIO, NBC LEGAL ANALYST: Thanks for the invitation, Joe.
SCARBOROUGH: OK, let’s talk about the “Rat of the Week.” Why is Bayer Corporation the “Rat of the Week”?
PAPANTONIO: Internal documents show that after this company positively, absolutely knew that they had a medication that was infected with the AIDS virus, they took the product off the market in the U.S. and then they dumped it in France, Europe, Asia and Latin America. The medicine is called Factor VIII. It was an injection medicine that was used for hemophiliacs, mostly children, children who had been born with an incurable disease.
SCARBOROUGH: Hold on. So you’re telling me that Bayer knew that this drug was infected with the AIDS virus, they yanked it from the market in America, and then they dumped it in markets overseas?
PAPANTONIO: They had to figure out a way, Joe, to make a profit on a product that they could not sell in America. So they made a huge profit. They dropped the product in Japan, Spain and France.
By the way, Joe, government official in France that allowed that to happen actually had to go to prison for it. In America, not one corporate executive for this company has been indicted or even criminally investigated by our Justice Department.
SCARBOROUGH: Why not? You’re telling me that these people that dump this AIDS-tainted blood in foreign countries, who killed children, have not been taken to task in the United States?
PAPANTONIO: It’s worse than that.
The U.S. government allowed it to happen. The FDA allowed this to happen. And now the government is completely looking the other way. Thousands of innocent hemophiliacs have died from the AIDS virus. And not only they are dying. Their family members are dying, because they’re becoming infected with the disease. This company knew absolutely that they had a problem with the product. They knew that it was infected with AIDS.
They dumped it because they wanted to turn this disaster into a profit.
SCARBOROUGH: Mike, I want to read to you what Bayer told “The New York Times” about this scandal.
They said: “Bayer behaved responsibly, ethically, and humanely. Decisions made nearly two decades ago were based on the best scientific information of the time and were consistent with the regulations in place.”
That sounds like a lot of legal mumbo jumbo. Now, you say you have internal documents that show that they knew that this drug they were dumping was tainted with the AIDS virus?
PAPANTONIO: The documents show that there was no question that this company absolutely understood the risk. They knew the it was contaminated. It wasn’t a possibility. They knew it was contaminated.
Americans were dying from the product before it was pulled off the market. The only reason it was pulled off the market is because lawyers found the documents and showed it to the government. And, finally, the government said, you can’t sell it here, but then the government allowed them to dump it in Spain, France and Japan.
SCARBOROUGH: That’s just amazing.
I want to read to you what “The New York Times” said. And this is an investigation that they also did. And they said, the federal government was part of the problem, while the Food & Drug Administration told the company not to ship the drugs overseas. The man responsible for the drug supply-quote-“asked that the issue be quietly solved without alerting the Congress, the medical community and the public.”
This is a cover-up, and our Congress is not doing anything. What should Americans do? Should they call their congressman? Should they call the FDA? What should they do to take care of this rat?
PAPANTONIO: Joe, I don’t think it does any good to call the government. The government has seen the problem. They’re ignoring it. It’s pretty obvious that our government doesn’t care.
But one thing you can do is understand that, every time you buy one of these products from Bayer Corporation, a German corporation, every time you buy one of their products, you are participating with a company that killed unsuspecting hemophiliacs by the thousands. And you know what? They got away with it. This is a company that only Ann Coulter could love. Thanks, Joe.
SCARBOROUGH: Oh, don’t say that. Don’t say that, Mike. You’re killing me here. I love Ann Coulter.
Well, thanks so much for being with us. And if you don’t watch yourself, you’re not going to come back to tell us who the “Rat of the Week is.” Seriously, thanks for coming on the show.
And I’ve got to tell you, Bayer, what a rat. You should be ashamed of yourself.

May 292013

Dr. Dean Burk co-authored one of the most frequently cited papers in the history of biochemistry, “The Determination of Enzyme Dissociation Constants,” published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society in 1934.
In 1937, Dean became a co-founder of the US National Cancer Institute (NCI), and headed its Cytochemistry department for over three decades.


NCRV, Hier en nu, Nederland II.

[Reporter] Source: LYBIO.net
Now Dr. Burk your research shows that if all of United States had been fluoridated, it would mean about 70,000 extra deaths because of cancer per annum. Those are remarkable, impressive and effect rather disquieting figures. Could you shortly describe your research in this field and what results did you get from it?

[Dr. Dean Burk (March 21, 1904 – October 6, 1988)]
Yes, the 70,000 of course represents – would represent one-fifth of all the cancer deaths in the United States, twice as many from breast cancer in women, and twice as many as from lung cancer in man. Two studies involve comparing the deaths of all persons in the 10 largest fluoridated cities of the United States with the 10 largest non-fluoridated cities in the United States, year-by-year and we obtained a very remarkable curve, which you can see here perhaps here is the fluoridated and here is the non-fluoridated set of 10 cities each, before here is where the fluoridation started, and before this time, both sets of cities were identical, but no sooner had fluoridation started then this curve began to go up, the deaths began to increase, so this effect occurs very promptly within one, two or five years.

Now this sure is conclusive evidence that fluoride kills because of cancer?

[Dr. Dean Burk] Source: LYBIO.net
It is the one of the most conclusive bits of scientific and biological evidence that I have come across in my 50 years in the field of cancer research.

Would this then in opinion be the end of fluoride in water – in drinking water?

[Dr. Dean Burk]
It should be the end and in the United States, it should so be the end by Federal law known as The Delaney Amendment, which says that anything found to induce cancer in man or animals cannot be legally put into the food or drink of man or animals. And so, this is all less than one year old, so that it entirely changes any previous ideas of fluoridation that anyone may have had because this is the first real indication of an important effect.

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[Reporter] Source: LYBIO.net
Now in this country of course the state of – the dental state of the union, the way people’s teeth looks is incredible indeed, would you say that stopping fluoride had other effects than increasing the dental problems in this country.

[Dr. Dean Burk]
Well, I would rather look at it that it would certainly help the cancer death situation in this country, which I’m sure most people would agree is far more important than a temporary benefit to teeth in adolescence children. This you see, amounts to public murder on a grand scale, it is a public crime, it would be to put fluoride in the drinking water of people.

Now the children of this cameraman and mine, should take fluoride, should we stop this immediately?

[Dr. Dean Burk]
Well in my opinion, if they were my children they would not take it anymore. I can only recommend for myself, but I would suggest to you that they stop it.

Is there a difference in having fluoride in drinking water or administering little fluoride pills to children?

[Dr. Dean Burk] Source: LYBIO.net
Well, of course the little fluoride pills are a much smaller proposition than drinking gallons of water per day or per week as well as taking a bath in it and washing your automobile in it, watering your lawns that’s a very massive thing compared to brushing teeth with fluoridated toothpaste.


[Dr. Dean Burk]
But our work is immediately concerned with drinking water, what happens to toothpaste I am quite willing to let the future studies go into that in more detail.

[Reporter] Source: LYBIO.net
And as of course you talk about murder sir, unethical aspect to all these, a law aspect and aspect of people’s and humanity to people. What is your idea about, how should this be implemented in our society. The ethical aspects of administering poison as it were to people.

[Dr. Dean Burk]
Well, I think this aspect, this murder aspect; clearly indicates a very strong unethical aspect to forcing people to kill themselves.