According to Scrip OTC News French collaborators of the anti-vitamin movement have poured huge sums of money into a legal battle in order to have doses of vitamin C over 800mg labelled as a medicine. The magazine, which is aimed at investors, says the market for vitamin C in France is worth $69 million.
Therefore I conjecture that the collaboration with people against life extension is make purely for the profit motive and is in fact a Virtual Collaboration. Scrip OTC NEWS goes on to say that the move enables pharmacies to sell larger does at higher prices than supermarkets, who had been accounting for 26% of the market’s volume and 16% of its value. (ie consumers were getting a good deal.) On the face of it, it appears that people will still be able to buy life sustaining does of vitamin C. However the pharmacists’ virtual collaborators, the pro- death lobby, will be able to use the situation to get higher dose vitamin C, and other vitamins, banned altogether. The magazine goes on to say that what they term “safety” limits proposed in France may be enforced by lawyers there: