Re: Massive Multinational Assault on Alternative Medicines



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Jan

Guest
>Subject: Re: Massive Multinational Assault on Alternative Medicines
>From: Peter Bowditch [email protected]
>Date: 7/17/2003 7:06 PM Pacific Standard Time
>Message-id: <[email protected]>
>
>[email protected] (Jan) wrote:
>
>>>Subject: Re: Massive Multinational Assault on Alternative Medicines
>>>From: Peter Bowditch [email protected]
>>>Date: 7/17/2003 4:38 PM Pacific Standard Time
>>>Message-id: <[email protected]>
>>>
>>>[email protected] (Jan) wrote:
>>>
>>>>Good question, and how did the supplements become inferieor, but not one
>>>single
>>>>prescription medicine was recalled, yet they were manufactured by the same
>>>>company??
>>>
>>>The prescription drug Allegron was recalled. This means that the
>>>statement "not one single prescription medicine was recalled" is
>>>incorrect. The fact that Joe Vialls said this is just an example of
>>>his unfamiliarity with truth or reason.
>>>
>>>http://www.health.gov.au/tga/docs/html/mediarel/mrpan6.htm
>>>
>>>As you now know that at least one prescription drug was recalled (the
>>>only one made by Pan, it seems), any further repetition of the "not
>>>one single ..." claim will be an acknowledgement of the fact that you
>>>share Vialls' view of the truth. Put another way, saying it is lying,
>>>now that you know it is not true.

>>
>>Whoopie!!
>>
>>A whole 178 packs of 50 tablets each.
>>
>>Jan
>>

>
>I ask people to note that Jan's response to being shown that something
>she was saying was wrong was to reply "Whoopie!!" and then imply that
>it was only a little bit wrong. I predict that the lie will be
>repeated within a week.


Mercy, I though Rich was the only one allowed to do the predictions.


>178 packets were recalled because 178 packets were made. Recalling any
>less would have been irresponsible. Recalling any more would have been
>impossible.


Well, I knew you would have a complete ratiional answer.

And what about all the other prescription drugs?? The violations just happened
to miss them. The supplements were recallled by the groves, but only 178 pks of
drug, amazing!

Jan
 
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Eric Bohlman

Guest
Peter Bowditch <[email protected]> wrote in
news:[email protected]:

> [email protected] (Jan) wrote:
>
>>And what about all the other prescription drugs?? The violations just
>>happened to miss them. The supplements were recallled by the groves,
>>but only 178 pks of drug, amazing!

>
> It's the very last time, I promise.
>
> PAN DID NOT MANUFACTURE ANY PRESCRIPTION DRUGS EXCEPT FOR ONE BATCH OF
> ALLEGRON WHICH THEY MADE BECAUSE THE USUAL PACKAGER HAD A PROBLEM. 178
> PACKETS OF ALLEGRON WERE RECALLED BECAUSE THAT WAS 100% OF THE
> PRESCRIPTION DRUGS MANUFACTURED BY PAN.
>
> Sorry I had to shout, but some people are hard of hearing.


I can only assume she's asking why Pan's supplements were "recalled by the
groves" (I think that should be "droves") while *other* manufacturers'
prescription drugs weren't recalled. Maybe because no QC problems were
found with the other manufacturers.
 
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Rod

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"Peter Bowditch" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Eric Bohlman <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >Peter Bowditch <[email protected]> wrote in
> >news:[email protected]:
> >
> >> [email protected] (Jan) wrote:
> >>
> >>>And what about all the other prescription drugs?? The violations just
> >>>happened to miss them. The supplements were recallled by the groves,
> >>>but only 178 pks of drug, amazing!
> >>
> >> It's the very last time, I promise.
> >>
> >> PAN DID NOT MANUFACTURE ANY PRESCRIPTION DRUGS EXCEPT FOR ONE BATCH OF
> >> ALLEGRON WHICH THEY MADE BECAUSE THE USUAL PACKAGER HAD A PROBLEM. 178
> >> PACKETS OF ALLEGRON WERE RECALLED BECAUSE THAT WAS 100% OF THE
> >> PRESCRIPTION DRUGS MANUFACTURED BY PAN.
> >>
> >> Sorry I had to shout, but some people are hard of hearing.

> >
> >I can only assume she's asking why Pan's supplements were "recalled by

the
> >groves" (I think that should be "droves") while *other* manufacturers'
> >prescription drugs weren't recalled. Maybe because no QC problems were
> >found with the other manufacturers.

>
> Precisely. There was no need to recall products made by people with
> quality control systems in place.
>
> One of the things that shoots holes in all the conspiracy theories is
> that Australia's best-known manufacturer of alternative medicine
> products and supplements, Blackmore's, was not shut down. If the
> attack was on the entire industry, they would have been the first to
> go.


On what basis are you making this statement Peter?


I don't think that much stuff bearing the Blackmore's label does
> much good, but I have never heard any suggestion that what is on their
> labels isn't what is in the bottles. (Marcus Blackmore, however, is on
> record as saying that he does not believe that any labelling laws
> should apply to the stuff his company makes and sells.)
>
> http://www.blackmores.com.au


Why not add to your opinions the supplement business owned by Mayne Peter.
You know the one, you make out that is in New Zealand in the Quackery
magazines, when it is really in Australia and sits on all the Chemists
Shelves right next to Blackmores.
Right around the whole country sits Natures Own which of course is owned by
the "Cleaning Division" of Mayne Group. Why do you not mention their
Quality control responsibilities as well.


You will not admit that you are up the proverbial creek with your biased
pompous accusations. Why no mention about the recent conference in Australia
about the safety issues in Australian hospitals. An appalling record which
discloses three times the level of deaths (per capita) of that experienced
in the US.

http://aca.ninemsn.com.au/stories/342.asp

18000 people a year dieing due to these poor circumstances whilst the road
toll accounts for 1800 people a year.
Every day there is a story in the newspapers about how someone died because
of negligence. I think it is about time that the world realised what really
is going on in health in this country.
Get real Peter as you a pushing your own wheelbarrow which is full
of yourself only.

Rod.


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Mark Probert

Guest
Jan wrote:

>>Subject: Re: Massive Multinational Assault on Alternative Medicines
>>From: Peter Bowditch [email protected]
>>Date: 7/17/2003 7:06 PM Pacific Standard Time
>>Message-id: <[email protected]>
>>
>>[email protected] (Jan) wrote:
>>
>>
>>>>Subject: Re: Massive Multinational Assault on Alternative Medicines
>>>>From: Peter Bowditch [email protected]
>>>>Date: 7/17/2003 4:38 PM Pacific Standard Time
>>>>Message-id: <[email protected]>
>>>>
>>>>[email protected] (Jan) wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>Good question, and how did the supplements become inferieor, but not one
>>>>
>>>>single
>>>>
>>>>>prescription medicine was recalled, yet they were manufactured by the same
>>>>>company??
>>>>
>>>>The prescription drug Allegron was recalled. This means that the
>>>>statement "not one single prescription medicine was recalled" is
>>>>incorrect. The fact that Joe Vialls said this is just an example of
>>>>his unfamiliarity with truth or reason.
>>>>
>>>>http://www.health.gov.au/tga/docs/html/mediarel/mrpan6.htm
>>>>
>>>>As you now know that at least one prescription drug was recalled (the
>>>>only one made by Pan, it seems), any further repetition of the "not
>>>>one single ..." claim will be an acknowledgement of the fact that you
>>>>share Vialls' view of the truth. Put another way, saying it is lying,
>>>>now that you know it is not true.
>>>
>>>Whoopie!!
>>>
>>>A whole 178 packs of 50 tablets each.
>>>
>>>Jan
>>>

>>
>>I ask people to note that Jan's response to being shown that something
>>she was saying was wrong was to reply "Whoopie!!" and then imply that
>>it was only a little bit wrong. I predict that the lie will be
>>repeated within a week.

>
>
> Mercy, I though Rich was the only one allowed to do the predictions.
>
>
>
>>178 packets were recalled because 178 packets were made. Recalling any
>>less would have been irresponsible. Recalling any more would have been
>>impossible.

>
>
> Well, I knew you would have a complete ratiional answer.
>
> And what about all the other prescription drugs?? The violations just happened
> to miss them. The supplements were recallled by the groves, but only 178 pks of
> drug, amazing!


100% of the drug was recalled. Remember, pharmaceutical manufacturing is
mor ehighly controlled than OTC or herbal/supplement manufacturing, thus
allowing for less of an error.
 
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Tsu Dho Nimh

Guest
[email protected] (Jan) wrote:



>And what about all the other prescription drugs?? The violations just happened
>to miss them. The supplements were recallled by the groves, but only 178 pks of
>drug, amazing!


Reading the article, it appears that Pan had just started making
the drug ... only 178 packets had been distributed to
pharmacists, the rest were still in the distributor warehouses.
They got recalled too, but it's easier in those circumstances.




Tsu

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