Report Premarin® ads on behalf of women and horses

Trio of Rescued Premarin Foals. Photo: Vivian Grant Farrell

PREMSTOPPERS — Premarin® is made from the estrogen rich urine of pregnant mares. The World Health Organization listed the conjugated equine estrogens (CEE) made from pregnant mare's urine as a known carcinogen. Numerous class action lawsuits filed by women over the years in the U.S. and Canada point to the cancer causing properties of CEE drugs. There are… Continue reading Report Premarin® ads on behalf of women and horses

New Bucksport residents raise rescued Clydesdales

BUCKPORT, Maine (The Elsworth American)  — Earlier this month, a Texas couple moved to Silver Lake Road with a very large 5-year-old. His name is Butch, and he is a 2,700-pound Clydesdale horse, but don’t let the size scare you. “You’ll see they are just very giant puppy dogs,” said David Doane, who takes care of… Continue reading New Bucksport residents raise rescued Clydesdales

Distinguishing between bio-identical hormones and ones made with pregnant mare’s urine

Belgian Foal

PREMARIN HORSES — Virgina Hopkins M.A. writes in an article entitled, "The Definition of Bio-identical Drugs": Bio-identical hormones may be either from a natural source or synthetically made, and it’s more about the molecule being identical to the human molecule that our body normally makes, than whether it comes from a natural source. With the exception… Continue reading Distinguishing between bio-identical hormones and ones made with pregnant mare’s urine

Premarin Horses Year in Review 2016

PMU Farm in Xinyuan County, China (2012).

Premarin horses (or PMU horses) are the mares and foals cruelly exploited to produce the Premarin® family of drugs made for the relief of menopausal symptoms in women. The key component of these drugs comes from the estrogen rich urine collected from pregnant mares on what are commonly called "pee lines" in the industry. PMU… Continue reading Premarin Horses Year in Review 2016

Honouring Mary Tyler Moore’s Lifelong Dedication to Animals

GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT — With the passing of Mary Tyler Moore, the world has lost a legend in the entertainment industry, and animals have lost a passionate and long-time activist. From her groundbreaking television series, the Mary Tyler Moore Show, to her advocacy for animals, Mary Tyler Moore was a pioneer in everything she did. A… Continue reading Honouring Mary Tyler Moore’s Lifelong Dedication to Animals

Turn your back on Premarin type drugs and seek alternatives for symptoms of menopause

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and as it draws to a close we urge women to please turn your backs on Premarin type drugs — tablets and cream — and seek another treatment for menopausal symptoms. There are alternatives. Work with your doctor to find something to help you other than drugs made from… Continue reading Turn your back on Premarin type drugs and seek alternatives for symptoms of menopause

No need to sweat menopause when you can chill with some rhubarb

Rhubarb Smoothie. One Green Planet.

Updated 10/29 8:14 pm est. This menopause and rhubarb post by Jane Allin is hitting it big in the Twittersphere. This is important. The more women who know about the natural healing properties of a plant based diet the fewer women who will be stuffing their bodies full of carcinogenic horse pee drugs such as… Continue reading No need to sweat menopause when you can chill with some rhubarb

Breast cancer, menopause and yes, rhubarb

Rhubarb. Image from LiveStrong.com.

by JANE ALLIN October is National Breast Cancer Month. What better opportunity to remind women of the dangers posed by the use of HRT and the inherent cruelty foisted upon the innocent mares and their foals by the PMU industry? Despite advances in medical technology over the years, Pfizer continues to promote their conjugated equine… Continue reading Breast cancer, menopause and yes, rhubarb

Revenues from Premarin family of drugs falls 3% in 2016

March for Premarin Horses featured image.

by JANE ALLIN With a fall in prescriptions and market growth, revenues of the Premarin family of drugs have fallen 3% in 2016. So what does a 3% loss in the Premarin family of drugs represent? In 2015, as well as several years previously, these drugs netted about a billion US dollars. The question now… Continue reading Revenues from Premarin family of drugs falls 3% in 2016

PMU Horses win two awesome new friends

Trio of Rescued Premarin Foals. Photo: Vivian Grant Farrell

Jane Allin and I, together with you, have been championing the cause of PMU horses for over a decade. PMU horses are mares kept continually pregnant in order to collect their estrogen rich urine to make drugs like Prempro, Premarin and Duavee for the easing of menopausal symptoms. A tragic offshoot of this process are… Continue reading PMU Horses win two awesome new friends