Vaccine Experiment Atrocity: Human Infection Model

It appears that vaccine manufacturers are ever more impatient to reap high profits from new vaccines — especially since they have entered into “public-private” partnerships with governments. Increasingly, government officials oblige this greed-infected industry with laws mandating new vaccines. And public health . . . Continue reading →

Comparative Effectiveness Research — Ethical Problems

“Comparative effectiveness research” (CER) was an acrimonious issue in 2009 during the heated debate about “Obamacare”. Its promoters describe CER as: “dedicated to improving decision making about health care. Real-world interventions in real-world settings, and comparisons of new interventions to the most . . . Continue reading →

Pediatric Psychiatry Ethics in a Nutshell

A five-year government supported study, “Affective Neuroscience of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder,” was halted after  parents complained to the University of Illinois in Chicago. According to documents obtained by ProPublica Illinois, Dr. Mani Pavuluri, a prominent psychiatrist who had founded the Pediatric Mood . . . Continue reading →

Wyeth Pharma Warns Doctors Against Rx Effexor to Kids

Wyeth Pharma Warns Doctors Against Rx Effexor to Kids Tue, 2 Sep 2003 View Wyeth Warning Letter The Hartford Courant reports that the latest warning against prescribing an antidepressant drug for children comes from Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, makers of Effexor, a drug just . . . Continue reading →