A month after a report by a committee appointed by the National Academy of Sciences, at the request of the Justice Department, concluded that the scientific evidence implicating Bruce Ivins to the anthrax letter attacks was not definitive,The Los Angeles Times reports . . . Continue reading →
America’s health care expenditure is about to go through the roof–without improving anyone’s health! Continue reading →
TAKE ACTION! Help rescind proposed firing of FDA scientist Continue reading →
Why does the Obama administration shield PhRMA companies against lawsuits by public hospitals and clinics that have been overcharged for drugs in violation of a federal law mandating reduced drug prices for clinics and hospitals that serve the poor?
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.
"… the basic missions of industry and regulators are different, and inherently somewhat adversarial, no matter how pleasant the relationship…"
"500 people would need to be treated with Crestor for a year to avoid one usually survivable heart attack. Stroke numbers were similar…At $3.50 a pill, the cost of prescribing Crestor to 500 people for a year would be $638,000 to prevent one heart attack." Continue reading →
The Obama Administration opposes a proposed independent probe by the Inspector General of the anthrax-laced letter attacks, arguing that it would "undermine public confidence” in a Federal Bureau of Investigation probe of the attacks “and unfairly cast doubt on its conclusions.”
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Last Chance to Send Comments RE: Proposed Reclassification of ECTdevices Continue reading →
Vaccines against cervical cancer and shingles “don’t fit into the whole public health spirit of outbreak prevention.” Continue reading →
Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, the FDA’s principal deputy commissioner, acknowledged: “The message here is that there were problems with the integrity of F.D.A.’s decision-making process that have solutions.” Continue reading →
"How can they call this America, the land of the free?" she asked. "Where are my parental rights?" Continue reading →