NAMI & Eli Lilly partners in bankrupting state Medicaid budgets – NYT

NAMI & Eli Lilly partners in bankrupting state Medicaid budgets – NYT Sat, 20 Dec 2003 The New York Times reports that Medicaid expenditure for prescription drugs has escalated to $27.5 billion. These costs are up 19% from last year. Antipsychotic drugs, . . . Continue reading →

How the Drug Industry Is Branding Itself With Bioethics

Dr. Carl Elliott's insightful essay in SLATE:: Why do drug companies want to give money to bioethicists in the first place? In the public relations business, this approach is called "third-party strategy." 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 →

Survivor of Nazi Sterilization Experiments Says $8,000 Isn’t Enough

Survivor of Nazi Sterilization Experiments Says $8,000 Isn’t Enough Wed, 19 Nov 2003 Simon Rozenkier, now 75, a survivor of Nazi medical experiments has filed a lawsuit two German pharmaceutical giants, against Bayer and Schering, who supplied the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele . . . Continue reading →

AHRP Correspondence with Government Agencies

AHRP Correspondence with Government Agencies related link: FDA response to AHRP procedural questions (FDA sham conflicts of interest policy) FDA re: supression of SSRI evidence ALLIANCE FOR HUMAN RESEARCH PROTECTION (AHRP) 142 West End Ave, Suite 28P New York, NY 10023 https://www.ahrp.org . . . Continue reading →

Prozac in Drinking Water / Prozac in Streams Hurt Frogs fish / Newborns suffer Withdrawal

Prozac in Drinking Water / Prozac in Streams Hurt Frogs fish / Newborns suffer Withdrawal Tue, 10 Aug 2004 An article in the UK Observer–“Stay calm everyone, there’s Prozac in the drinking water” (below) — reports that British environmentalists are calling for . . . Continue reading →