they don’t want people dying for stupid preventable reasons.

not really. I worked in the pharmaceutical industry once and they don’t want people dying for stupid preventable reasons.

almost nothing of it was new and untried. I’d bet money that over 90% of the final product was based upon tried and true things — and i’m sure there is are several dozen dumpsters full of dead discarded animals that got tested before we did.

By the time it comes our way it’s nearly infallible. nearly. of course there’s a statistical chance.

but pharmaceutical isn’t like it was 50 years ago. They stick with what they know and tweak slightly.

then they brag about new new. but that’s hype.

no. It’s such a broad application that I know they did their homework far better than i could.
if it was prescribed just for me I would be more concerned of a misfit.
 it’s a social and political difference I think.

if you’re surrounded by a lot of people not taking it there’s a good chance you won’t either.

if you’re surrounded by a lot of people taking it there’s a good chance you’ll take it.

where I am it was very 50-50. there’s a lot of conspiracy people living in my city.

Qanon was and is still huge here esp among soccer moms wearing american flag bikinis.

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