Known alternately to various people as a “sociopath,” “hate monger,” “pathological liar” and “a danger to society,” vaccine frontman and Big Pharma shill Dr. David Gorski is even less-well thought of by many of his former patients. According to this physician rating site, descriptions ranged from “horribly arrogant” and “extremely unprofessional,” to dismissive and more interested in “blogging” than patient care.
There’s a reason for all that blogging though, and it has nothing to do with advancing medical knowledge and science.
It has much more to do with profit. You see, much of what Gorski blogs about is defense of the traditional medical system and Big Pharma. Using the pen name “ORAC,” Gorski “leads the pack in his efforts to obscure the vaccine-autism connection, promoting mercury in vaccines and calling everybody a skeptic who doesn’t bow down to chemical medicine,” notes TruthWiki.
“In case anybody’s wondering what David Gorski’s connection is to the autism debate, he has undisclosed financial ties to the vaccine industry,” writes Jake Crosby at Age Of Autisim. “He has made no mention of these connections…”
Cosby notes further:
“Well, it so happens Sanofi-Aventis – the world’s largest vaccine maker – is involved in several partnerships under which the company may be required to pay a total of €31 million ($39 million USD) from 2008 to 2013. Gorski’s employer, Wayne State University, is one of the partners, and he is conducting a clinical trial of one of the company’s drugs.”
And like fellow Big Pharma and vaccine shill Paul Offit – who concealed millions he received from Merck in royalty payments after the pharmaceutical company paid them to a third party and not directly to Offit – Crosby believes that Gorski also stands a good chance of receiving money from a maker of vaccines, even if it too, comes via a third party.
Gorski’s stated laboratory work is that he focuses on research and development of new drugs, however Crosby claims that he is not developing a new drug, but rather trying to develop new uses for an existing one. And that is a process much more valuable to a drug maker that does not have to spend large sums of money on new research and development, thereby maximizing profits.
“When we observe the behavior of sociopathic individuals like Dr. David Gorski – ORAC – we consistently find a pattern of exploiting innocent people for personal profit and greed,” said Mike Adams, author of Food Forensics, science lab director of CWCLabs, editor of NaturalNews.com and creator of Medicine.news.
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