FDA, a complicit partner in crimes and corrupt industry practices have resulted in an epidemic of preventable injuries and deaths. Continue reading →
Since 1995 FDA scientists have been at odds against FDA managers who routinely override sientists’ safety concerns to approve dubious prescription drugs. Continue reading →
The Obama Administration has embarked on an aggressive course of action that will accelerate the pace at which the integrity of American medicine–is sullied beyond repair. Continue reading →
"Shocking as it may seem, U.S. government doctors once thought it was fine to experiment on disabled people and prison inmates." Associated Press, Feb 27, 2011 Continue reading →
CORRECTION: An Associated Press article about a federal criminal case accusing Dr. P. Trey Sunderland III of improperly accepting consulting fees from a drug maker, misstated the level of the charge against him. Dr. Sunderland was charged with "non-willful" criminal violation, a misdemeanor which carries a maximum one year prison term and $100,000 fine. It is NOT a felony, which is punishable by more than one year prison term.
Topical tacrolimus and pimecrolimus: cancer, infections—"a clearly unfavorable benefit-risk ratio"— Prescrire International 2010 ; 19 (110) : 257 English edition.
"For patients, navigating the debate can be difficult because doctors, patient advocacy groups and manufacturers often endorse positions that are in their economic self-interest." The New York Times Continue reading →
The FDA expanded approval process for toxic drugs is unaffected by evidence uncovered by the US Justice Department showing the studies to be flawed, if not fraudulent.
“You’ve got an agency that quite frankly is either non-functional, or dysfunctional, or maybe all of the above. “Bet yourself a new hat or a fine dinner that you are going to have a scandal a month. They are running around like a lot of headless chickens.” said Rep. John Dingell. Continue reading →
Using drugs to cope with battlefield traumas is not discussed much outside the Army, but inside the service it has been the subject of debate for years.
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The LAT reports that the Center for Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction has been outsourcing the writing of its "scientific" reports to an industry consulting firm, Sciences International.
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