Millions of people around the world participate in research trials each year, whether for personal, financial or humanitarian reasons. They submit their DNA, organs, body chemistry or personal history to studies that aim to better society. A substantive investigative news report by . . . Continue reading →
In this story full of villains, Jean Maria Arrigo emerges from the authoritative Independent report by David Hoffman, as a hero – and a martyr. As a member of the APA ethics task force known as PENS, she had a ringside view of the . . . 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.
The case is so egregious that OHRP officials have taken the rare action of demanding that Columbia University track down the patients involved in the experiment and their families, and acknowledge that they never were informed about the “true nature” of the drug study, the risks they faced or the consequences of their participation. Continue reading →
New revelations in an unsealed whistleblower-initiated lawsuit filed in Boston add yet another dimension to the scope and magnitude of corruption that has derailed American medicine–the focus is tainted Continuing Medical Education. Continue reading →
FDA Underhanded Tactics Against Medical Officer Who Blew the Whistle Mon, 29 Nov 2004 The Food and Drug Administration is the epicenter of a collision between medical officers in the drug safety office and senior officials in managerial positions whose focus is . . . Continue reading →
Bloomberg News reports (below) that Senator Charles Grassley has asked the Inspector General to investigate collusion between FDA officials and Merck. Citing handwritten notes prepared by a Merck executive document a meeting with FDA division director, Brian Harvey, suggesting a joint effort . . . Continue reading →
The Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM) has published a retraction of a 1997 fraudulent article claiming chromium does not cause
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Two documented news reports provide evidence validating our charge that FDA officials and drug manufacturers. Continue reading →
Good news! The Associated Press reports that the U.S. Merit Systems Proteciton Board ruled in favor of extending whistleblower protection to ALL government doctors, including those hired under Title 42.
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OUT OF CONTROL: AIDS and the corruption of medical science, By Celia Farber in the current issue of Harper’s magazine. Continue reading →
“Science has become so severely politicized that one has to be skeptical of nearly every research result that is reported.” Continue reading →