Premarin Civil War Deaths Flyer Artwork

Cartoon horses Hayley and Comet back in flyer to Pfizer re Premarin

Premarin Civil War Deaths Flyer Artwork

Hayley and Comet, who feature in many of the Int’l Fund for Horses’ campaign flyers, are back. This time the popular cartoon horses star in the March for PMU Horses flyer to Pfizer.

Pfizer bought out Wyeth, and now responsible for continuing with the outdated methods in the manufacture of the Premarin family of drugs, relying on pregnant mare’s urine for the estrogen.

Join us in calling on Pfizer to eliminate the use of conjugated equine estrogen in its pharmaceuticals.

View, download and print the flyer here (pdf, 1 p):

Bullet Pfizer Million Horses Have Died Flyer

The flyer is headed by the artwork above. The language used in its message reflects the spirit of the Int’l Fund for Horses’ letter to Pfizer re the Premarin family of drugs, calling on pharma giant to eliminate the use of pregnant mare’s urine (conjugated equine estrogen) in drugs.

Complete, sign and mail your flyers to:

Mr. Olivier Brandicourt
President and General Manager, Primary Care
Pfizer
235 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017

you may also send it to:

Mikael Dolsten
Worldwide Research & Development

and

Ian Read
Chairman of the Board and CEO

at the same address above in New York.

Feel free to add the Int’l Fund for Horses letter to Pfizer re Premarin family of drugs to your mailing.

Bullet Dear_Pfizer_Letter (pdf, 3 pp)

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Please share this with your contacts and on social media sites. Thank you.

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3 thoughts on “Cartoon horses Hayley and Comet back in flyer to Pfizer re Premarin”

  1. Thank you redmm97. I hope loads and loads of folks will send it out. We must make them aware of how aware we are, and encourage them to change their ways. It is truly a win-win for everyone if they would. Surely they are tired of all the notoriety that goes with the drugs, and what Wyeth went through. Time for a change, a right change, a good change.

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