Concealed NIH Review Substantiates Fired Expert’s Concerns – AP

Concealed NIH Review Substantiates Fired Expert’s Concerns – AP Mon, 4 Jul 2005 The Associated Press reports that a 2004 internal report by the National Institutes of Health validates the allegations by Dr. Jonathan Fishbeing, the NIH ethics-safety expert who was fired . . . Continue reading →

National Institue AIDS Research–Professional Women Describe Sex Harassment – Conduct Unbecoming

National Institue AIDS Research–Professional Women Describe Sex Harassment – Conduct Unbecoming Mon, 11 Apr 2005 Just when the NIH announced that it was in the clear – citing a report issued (April 6) by a panel of the Institute of Medicine "exonerating" . . . Continue reading →

DHHS Reverses its Legal Position Petitioning FOR Whistleblower Protection for Dr. Fishbein

DHHS Reverses its Legal Position Petitioning FOR Federal Whistleblower Protection for Dr. Fishbein Thu, 3 Feb 2005 The Washington Post reports: “Department of Health and Human Services filed a legal petition this week in support of an employee the department is trying . . . Continue reading →

Credibility Crisis: Survey FDA Scientists – Death in NIH-AIDS Trial – Tauzin Moves to PhRMA

Credibility Crisis:Survey FDA Scientists – Death in NIH-AIDS Trial – Tauzin Moves to PhRMA Thu, 16 Dec 2004 A credibility crisis in medical research is smoldering: like the Enron accounting scandal, the prescription-drug debacle is a matter of systemic corruption, including gross . . . Continue reading →

NIH AIDS Research Chief Rewrote Safety Report – AP

NIH AIDS Research Chief Rewrote Safety Report – AP Wed, 15 Dec 2004 John Solomon of The Associated Press continues his documented expose of the inner workings of the AIDS Division of theNational Institutes of Health (NIH). At the same time that . . . Continue reading →

NIH Expert on Safe Drug Research Seeks Whistleblower Protection

NIH Expert on Safe Drug Research Seeks Whistleblower Protection Tue, 14 Dec 2004 In the wake of the Associated Press investigative report about unethical NIH-sponsored AIDS research involving infants and pregranant women Africa, and charges of misconduct by high officials at the . . . Continue reading →