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Many of the members of Quackbusters, Quackwatch etc. are also connected with ACSH (American Council on Science and Health). This is an important sounding front for a group of pro-industry shills. Who is behind these groups? How about:

Corporate funders for the American Council on Science
and Health have included American Cyanamid, American
Meat Institute, Amoco, Anheuser-Busch, Archer Daniels
Midland, Ashland Oil Foundation, Boise Cascade,
Bristol-Myers Squibb, Burger King, Chevron,
Ciba-Geigy, Coca-Cola, Consolidated Edison, Coors, Dow
Chemical, DuPont, Exxon, Ford Motor Co., Frito-Lay,
General Electric, General Mills, General Motors,
Hershey Foods, Johnson & Johnson, Joseph E. Seagrams &
Sons, Kraft Foundation, Kraft General Foods, Merck
Pharmaceuticals, Mobil, Monsanto, National
Agricultural Chemicals Association, National Dairy
Council, National Soft Drink Association, National
Starch and Chemical Foundation, Nestléé, NutraSweet
Co. (owned by Monsanto), Oscar Mayer Foods,
Pepsi-Cola, Pfizer, Procter & Gamble, Shell Oil, Sugar
Association, Union Carbide Corp., Uniroyal Chemical
Co., USX Corp., and Wine Growers of California.

These are the same people who are telling us that mercury fillings are harmless and that flouride in our water is ok. Do some research. I suspect that they would come down on Hulda Clark because she threatens the Drs. and pharmaceutical industry. After all, olive oil is pretty cheap compared with their drugs...

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