Dissolving Illusions–“Authoritative” Medical Information Sources Are Corrupted

Authorities deceive

“A foolish faith in authority is the worst enemy of the truth” — Albert Einstein The wisdom of this observation is borne out by empirical evidence demonstrating that so-called “authoritative” sources of medical information are thoroughly corrupted not only by industry manipulation but . . . Continue reading →

FDA conceals serious research misconduct–fraud, deception, even deaths

FDA documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, revealed that the FDA has been concealing from the medical community and the public serious research misconduct; including fraud, deception, avoidable risks for human subjects — even deaths — that occurred in clinical . . . Continue reading →

US Health & Healthcare Undermined by Propaganda & Politics–Both Parties

An article in STAT News (Nov. 22) suggests that the FDA’s drug approval process and reliance on the “gold standard”will undergo “a seismic shift” in the Donald Trump administration. “Public health advocates are bracing for a seismic shift: a surrender of the agency’s rules . . . Continue reading →

Why was Dr. John Yudkin ridiculed & marginalized?

The corruption of nutrition science goes back 50 years when the sugar industry bribed Harvard scientist Public health and nutrition policies that are claimed to be “science-based” are most often shaped by industry-paid academic scientists who deliver findings favorable to their corporate . . . Continue reading →

UK Tribunal Orders Disclosure of Clinical Trial Data

A battle is in full swing between scientists demanding access to clinical trial data from published reports; journal gatekeepers protect the interests of sponsors — commercial companies, academic institutions and government agencies. In numerous legal procedures, the claimed clinical trial results in . . . Continue reading →

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 →

Deadly Psychiatry and Organised Denial by Dr. Peter Gøtzsche

Professor Peter Gøtzsche, a leading researcher who heads the Nordic Cochrane Centre, the Scandinavian arm of the Collaboration, a center for independent researchers who analyze published medical research reports and freely disseminate their findings. It should be noted that as a doctor . . . Continue reading →

Significant Shadowy Financial Conflicts of Interest Behind Persecution of Andrew Wakefield

The difficulty of identifying academic experts who have not crossed over to the commercially funded research was acknowledged by Dr. Marcia Angell, just before she relinquished her position as editor of The New England Journal of Medicine (“Is Academic Medicine for Sale?” . . . Continue reading →

How the case against Andrew Wakefield was concocted

The case against Andrew Wakefield was funded by Murdoch; hatched by Brian Deer; launched in the Sunday Times; magnified by the BMJ Brian Deer is a freelance reporter who was paid by the Rupert Murdoch’s Sunday Times to “find something big about . . . Continue reading →

Senior CDC Scientist Blows the Whistle on CDC Science Fraud

Senior CDC scientist blows the whistle acknowledging fraud. In 2013, Dr. William Thompson, senior epidemiologist at the CDC stepped forward and confessed that the pivotal study by the CDC, published in the journal of the American Association of Pediatrics (2004) entitled “Age at . . . Continue reading →

Former FDA Commissioner Charged in RICO Lawsuit

A Federal Lawsuit charges Dr. Margaret Hamburg, former Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with conspiracy, racketeering & colluding to conceal deadly drug dangers – under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations law (RICO) law. The amended RICO lawsuit was . . . Continue reading →