Washington Post_Harvesting China’s Blood_installment 4 December 20, 2000. Washington Post. In what is, so far, the most devastating installment in the Washington Post series about the unholly alliances that comprise the booming human research industry, America’s premier academic research center is shown–not . . . Continue reading →
Medicine: Once a wary watchdog, the Food and Drug Administration set out to become a "partner" of the pharmaceutical industry. Today, the public has more remedies, but some are proving lethal.
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Harvard-affiliated gene studies in China face federal inquiry – Boston Globe. August 1, 2000. Harvard-affiliated gene studies in China face federal inquiry, by Deborah Nelson. Genetic research in China is booming. The biotech industry, in collaboration with scientists from America’s elite research . . . Continue reading →
Is it ethical to expose healthy children to risks of drug- induced pathology on a speculative, unproven theory? Continue reading →
July 14, 2000. New FDA Warning about fatal risk linked to Melaril after 40 years! FYI For 40 years schizophrenia patients have been prescribed Mellaril, a drug that the FDA finally acknowledges causes sudden death due to cardiac arrest! Why did it . . . Continue reading →
Chemically Induced Psychosis Experiments: An Inhumane Paradigm in Psychiatric Research Congressional Testimony submitted by Vera Sharav * February 2, 2000 Statement For the Record Submitted To U.S. Senate Sub-Committee: Public Health & Safety of the Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee . . . Continue reading →
Congressional Testimony submitted by Vera Sharav
Statement For the Record Submitted to
The U.S. Senate Sub-Committee: Public Health & Safety of the Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee Hearing
Our efforts helped bring to public attention major medical ethics violations in Federally-funded research in which uninformed, vulnerable American citizens are put at high risks without justification. As a result, such individuals have often suffered severe consequences – some have lost their lives unnecessarily. Based on the evidence – including testimonies by families and patients – we believe five factors contribute to unethical human experiments:
A partial, Annotated Bibliography by Vera Hassner Sharav
For distribution: January, 2000
Although patients, families and the public were not informed – some would argue they were deceived – clinical psychiatrists and researchers have long known about severe adverse drug reactions (ADR) and disabling changes in the central nervous system in a high percentage of patients taking standard neuroleptic drugs.
Evidence of Neuroleptic Drug-Induced Brain Damage in Patients: A partial, Annotated Bibliography by Vera Hassner Sharav ALLIANCE FOR HUMAN RESEARCH PROTECTION (AHRP) 142 West End Ave. Suite 28P New York, NY 10023 212-595-8974 FAX: 212-595-9086 e-mail: email@example.com For distribution: January, 2000 Although . . . Continue reading →