Brandy Vaughan: They Only Make Money When We’re Sick | Fascinating People

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Interview with – 21 Sept 2020 | Fascinating People

Sheilah Mitchell introduces for an in-depth discussion about her experience within the Pharmaceutical Industry and uncovers the workings of the Medical Industry.

This interview describes the very frightening and truly Un-Democratic reality of what can happen to a whistleblower. Brandy describes in detail the frightening harassment she and her family and friends have suffered after she quit selling VIOXX for the manufacturer. The life and legacy of , Author, Speaker, considered to be one of the most courageous women who ever lived in this world.

, a former pharmaceutical representative, founded the Council for Vaccine Safety in response to one of the nation's first mandatory vaccination for education law — SB277 in California. When working in the pharma industry, Brandy sold Vioxx, a painkiller that was found to double the risk of stroke and heart attacks and was eventually taken off the market. “From that experience, I realised that just because something is on the market, doesn't mean it's safe,” explains Brandy.

“Much of what we are told by the healthcare industry, just simply isn't the truth.”

After leaving the pharmaceutical industry, Brandy spent eight years living in Europe and seeing how healthcare is done very differently outside the US. Coming home with a vaccine-free son, she was bullied at a paediatrician's office when she asked questions that every parent should ask: what are in these ?

Vaughan founded an anti-vaccine group called Learn the Risk, which was highly critical of and mandatory vaccination. Vaughan revealed her distrust of corporate and government studies showing pharmaceutical products to be safe, and she questioned the -care industry's profit motive. She also expressed concerns about the ingredients in , such as aluminum, and claimed to have experienced acts of intimidation. After her death, some of her posts on social media were shared, where she expressed worry that she had been poisoned and stated that she wasn't suicidal or taking any drugs that would cause her to die suddenly.

Vaughan died at the age of 44 on December 7, 2021, at her home in Santa Barbara. The Santa Barbara County coroner ruled her death as resulting from natural causes—specifically, bilateral pulmonary thromboembolus (blood clots in the lungs). Despite her prominence within the anti-vaccination movement, police investigations did not find any signs of foul play. However, given her status as a prominent critic of and mandatory vaccinations, authorities conducted a thorough investigation including an autopsy, toxicology screening, and review of her medical records.

Prior to her death, Vaughan worked as a sales executive for Merck Pharmaceuticals and claimed to have sold Vioxx, a drug later withdrawn from the market because of safety concerns. This experience led her to question the reliability of corporate and government studies regarding pharmaceutical product safety. She expanded her criticism beyond to include broader issues related to the healthcare industry, such as the cost of healthcare and its impact on public . Vaughan founded Learn the Risk in 2015, an organisation that promoted her views through billboards and advocacy against vaccine mandates.

Source: Fascinating People with Sheilah Mitchell: Interview with Brandy Vaughan


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