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+52 1. kekke2000 commented 10 years ago

Took a while before they got to the point. But when they did, I smiled :')
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+13 2. sitaauk commented 10 years ago

if it wouldn't be ad for Pfizer's medications, it would have been very heartwarming

Pfizer - "More than just medication!"
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+57 3. le_glaude commented 10 years ago

to be in good health is more important than everything
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+66 4. shahboys commented 10 years ago

Tht a true big brother
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+13 5. nokster commented 10 years ago

Vote up #3!!!!
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+14 6. Th3Lurker commented 10 years ago

No!! Vote up #4 :P
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+10 7. Reaperdaddy commented 10 years ago

very heartwarming... however i dont know what to hink from the fact that its coming from one of those huge monster company... is it sincere or just to improve corporate image...
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+21 8. dannodon commented 10 years ago

Vote 'em both up O:)
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+8 9. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

Where did he get a boom-lift in the middle of the night from? He must be spiderman.
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+9 10. alexandru commented 10 years ago

very nice and touching video !
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+8 11. Vaithan commented 10 years ago

Bless him, I swelled up a little at the end there.
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+3 12. trancetunes (moderator) commented 10 years ago

Amazing message, but quite odd that it is paid for by Pfizer (one of the largest pharmaceutical companies out there)!
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+4 13. irishgek commented 10 years ago

#12 f*ck me what an advert who made them pay for that one like

I seen american adverts for "medications" were they ask shit like are you this and than mabey you need ....

Holy shit like they have some nerve but this ad put a tear in my eye wat an amazing gesture
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+5 14. Voutelamberopipi commented 10 years ago

signature ruined it... rly, it's a HUGE contradiction. fuck you pfizer
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+5 15. snotRules commented 10 years ago

i would do that if anyone in my family is sick i'm just glad they aren't .
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+5 16. imagic commented 10 years ago

i wish i would be able to tdo that for my little girl, but we have no wall on the other side of the street :( :'(

very touchy ad
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+10 17. h8isgr8 commented 10 years ago

Ah, doesn't corporate propaganda just warm your heart. :'(
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0 18. JaeMarie commented 10 years ago

To the people upset with "huge monster companies"...

When you get sick, do you refuse to use the medications created by these "evil corporations" and just hope you get better, or are you grateful that one of these "greedy scavengers" spent HUNDREDS of MILLIONS of dollars on research and development to get FDA approval, so you could feel better?

BTW - current estimates are that it takes $1.3 - $1.7 BILLION USD from beginning to end, to get a drug to market.*

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2630351/

It makes the $802 MILLION it cost in 2006 look like a bargain.

http://healthcare-economist.com/2006/04/29/802m/

*NOTE - Only 21% of drugs make it to market. How much is also spent working on possibilities that fail testing?
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+2 19. JaeMarie commented 10 years ago

"all that money when you dont even need FDA approval to goto market. "

Maybe not in your country, but in the US you do. There's certain allowances for "supplements" leaving them unregulated, which means you don't know if those pills full of powdery stuff contains *exactly* what the label says it does... because no one's checking or holding them responsible.

"When i was in middle school there was only one person in my age group who was on meds for ADHD, now there are classes where over half the students are taking meds for ADHD."

Soooo... the drug companies are force feeding kids these drugs - not the PARENTS who are complaining that little Johnny won't sit still or makes too much noise and go to their doctors DEMANDING they give them something to "fix" their kid? Because people will demand a "quick fix" pill for everything, the drug companies are bad for looking for those fixes?

Do you blame fast food companies for making people fat as well, or is it the responsibility of the person putting the food in their mouth?
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+5 20. DarkiKun commented 10 years ago

that is seriously heart touching, oh crap i think i got something in my eyes ...
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+5 21. Usdevildoggmc commented 10 years ago

Spiderman with a spray Can
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+3 22. andyjk10 commented 10 years ago

very touching.
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+1 23. HyperionIV commented 10 years ago

as the mother summarizes: "thank you..."
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0 24. lockandload commented 9 years ago

nice ad, heartwarming O:)