Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Who is the PharmaShill????

On November 19, 2008 AoA has this INFOMERCIAL from one of their main monetary supporters:

Lee Silsby Introduces Enhansa Curcumin Supplement for Autism
Lee Silsby Compounding Pharmacy, the leader in custom compounded medications for autism, announces its newest product, Enhansa, Enhanced Absorption Curcumin Supplement. Curcumin is the principal curcuminoid found in the popular Indian spice turmeric. Enhansa was created by Lee Silsby Compounding Pharmacy. To date, several hundred patients on the spectrum are using Enhansa. Current product order rates indicate a high level of both patient and physician satisfaction.

Now, what were they saying about being a PharmaShill? Where is the science to support this chemical concoction?

And, of course, the logical fallacies abound.

News flash! Just in!

It seems that there will be a problem at AoA. Their love affair with high profile media types (you know who they are) may be over.

Jenny, et al, seem to have fled the cesspool, for another one.

Could this be the classic case of rats leaving a sinking ship. We should be so lucky. what about the WWE endorsement?


  1. As a spice, I assume it isn't regulated. Therefore no testing, no studies, no science. Woo, hope & prayer.

  2. can deceive the kids by just slipping it into their food. Add this to the idea that a parent is treating their kid as a lab rat, and it makes for WOOnderful parenting.

  3. Why is it "also available as a prescription"?

    Calling Dr. Bombay, Calling Dr. Bombay.