Project Paperclip was the largest and longest-running operation involving Nazis in the history of the United States, and its effects are still being felt today.
Why the tragic case of Dna Markingson and the culpability of the University of Minnesota won’t go away… Continue reading →
" we know how to prevent many of these patient deaths, but we don’t." WHY? Continue reading →
From 1991-2000 qui tam law suits accounted for only 9% of settlements with the government. But from 2001-2010, qui tam settlements comprised 67% of the billions in payouts Continue reading →
In 2008, 6,485 trials were conducted off shore with almost no FDA oversight. Seventy-eight percent of all human test subjects were enrolled at foreign sites.
"Prescription Drugs Associated with Reports of Violence Towards Others, " identifies 31 drugs linked to 1,527 acts of violence… Continue reading →
Although the FBI closed the 2001 anthrax mailings investigation in Feb. 2010, experts disagree with FBI’s conclusion: new information about the anthrax, the investigation and the suspect still continue to emerge. Continue reading →
"The thought that someone at the GAO may have compromised the testing of a system unfortunately, brings the integrity of the entire report into question if it’s determined to be true." Sen. Charles Grassley.
President Obama ordered a review by his bioethics commission following the revelations that yet another experiment sponsored by the U.S. Public Health Service, was even more odious than the infamous Tuskegee Syphilis experiment. In the recently uncovered experiment, unwitting Guatemalans were deliberately . . . Continue reading →
Two major analyses of U.S. hospital safety found that: "harm to patients was common and the number of incidents did not decrease over time."