Alarming Study: Pharmaceutical Factory Pollution Accelerating Spread of Superbugs

Posted: June 1, 2017 in Uncategorized

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The issue of “pharmaceutical pollution” was recently highlighted in a study that points to inadequate waste management policies leading to the presence of both pharmaceutical products as well as drug-resistant superbugs in the waters of India.

Openhearted Rebel

By Annabelle Bamforth, via Natural Blaze

The issue of “pharmaceutical pollution” was recently highlighted in a study that points to inadequate waste management policies leading to the presence of both pharmaceutical products as well as drug-resistant superbugs in the waters of India.

The study, published in the scientific journal Infection, focused on the environmental impact of drug production in Hyderabad, a city in India that produces 40% of Indian generic drugs and 50% of the country’s exported drugs. India produces about 20% of the world’s generic pharmaceuticals.

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  1. Schlüter says:

    The question arises whether this dangerous effect might be wanted by the Powers which shouldn´t be?
    See also:
    “US Power Elite Declared Bio War on the Southern Hemisphere, East Asia and all Non-Western Countries in September 2000”: https://wipokuli.wordpress.com/2016/03/13/us-power-elite-declared-war-on-the-southern-hemisphere-east-asia-and-all-non-western-countries-in-september-2000/
    &
    „Ebola: Pandora´s Box Opened Since Long?“ http://wipokuli.wordpress.com/2014/11/12/ebola-pandoras-box-opened-since-long/
    Regards

  2. Yes, indeedy. The US Power Elite has a long sordid history of biological “experimentation” in the third world.

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