N.I.H. Seeks OK to Fund Human-Animal Stem Cell Experiments

Beware the month of August – when Congress and many citizens are vacationing! Government bureaucrats favor August to issue announcements about radical medical research policy changes, for which taxpayer money is sought. They do so, to avoid public controversy about public funding of radical experimentation…

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Medical Research — Peeling the Onion from the Inside Out

A book review by AHRP board member, John J Noble Jr, Emeritus Professor, was recently published in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics. The book, Reducing Adverse Events in Older Patients Taking Newly Released Drugs by Margaret T. Whitstock, an Australian research professional, . . . Continue reading →

A Recent Deadly Drug Experiment – BIA 10-2474 – Rennes, France

Stakeholders in the Medical research enterprise, in the European Union and in the U.S., claim that clinical trials conducted on human subjects adhere to strict safety standards. “One of the things that sets clinical trials apart from other scientific experiments is the . . . Continue reading →

NYU Medical School Shut Down Eight Studies in Psychiatry

On June 27, 2016, The New York Times reported that New York University medical school “quietly shut down eight studies at its prominent psychiatric research center” and dismissed Dr. Alexander Neumeister, the studies’ lead investigator was the director of the Molecular Imaging . . . Continue reading →

IOM Recommends Expanded Research on Prisoners; NEJM Editor Defends TGN1412

Editor of New England Journal of Medicine defends catastrophic experiments, and the Institute of Medicine expands prison drug trials. Question: How many times have these members of the elite put their own life at risk “to advance our knowledge?” Continue reading →

India’s Dark Underbelly: Clinical Trial Business

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Besides these cases, 1,833 children from the Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya (the paediatric hospital affiliated with MGM Medical College) and 233 mentally ill patients had been enrolled in clinical trials without any consent, according to documents submitted to the Supreme Court.

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