I have just signed a petition urging Mark Dayton, Governor of Minnesota to appoint an independent, external panel of experts to conduct an investigation into gross medical research and clinical care misconduct by psychiatrists at the University of Minnesota. . . . Continue reading →
The primary promoters–inventors, one might say– of diagnosing children with "bipolar" disorder, who for over a decade, aggressively promoted the biopolar diagnosis and use of antipsychotics in children, were disciplined by Harvard University and its affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital.
“I’m an investor in Matrixx; I worry whether my stock price is going to go down,” he said. “You can have some psychic come out and say Zicam is going to cause a disease, with no support whatsoever, but if it causes the stock to go down 20 percent, it seems to me that’s material.” Supreme Court Justice Roberts Continue reading →
"This report entirely undercuts the conclusion that RMR-1029 was the source and that Ivins was the perpetrator,” said Meryl Nass, MD, an anthrax expert.
Those who rail against government regulation in healthcare must consider the potential consequences. Continue reading →
Why the tragic case of Dna Markingson and the culpability of the University of Minnesota won’t go away… Continue reading →
"What’s gone on with the pharmaceutical industry is a physician arms race to buy off doctors…" Continue reading →
Even worse, FDA officials, in collusion and collaboration with GSK, approved an unethical and exploitative clinical trial—TIDE, which is on-going.
Corporate business ethics and investors’ interests have swept aside the humanitarian foundation of American medicine and most of related healthcare, and caring service professions.
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Colonel Coots: "It is a significant breach of academic protocol. It’s a breach of trust." Continue reading →
"William Weeks, MD a professor of psychiatry and community and family medicine is facing federal conflict of interest charges" involving contract between the Veterans Affairs department and Dartmouth.
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Sen. Charles Grassley’s focused investigation is clearly aimed at cleansing fraudulent, industry-crafted promotional pieces that have made a mockery of evidence-based clinical practice in psychiatry. Continue reading →