To date, the available evidence about the safety and efficacy of the anthrax vaccine is resoundingly negative. Three US government anthrax vaccine initiatives represent a reckless deviation from the precautionary principle of medical ethics and fiscal responsibility. Continue reading →
An Orwellian nightmare is being implemented on infants even as the evidence demonstrates that the psychiatry's practice guidelines are corrupted by
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Director of OHRP Dr. Greg Koski resigns Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 Dr. Greg Koski has tendered his resignation as director of the federal Office of Human Research Protections. We agree, in principle, with Dr. Koski’s assessment: “to preserve public trust in . . . Continue reading →
Drugmakers Go Furthest to Sway Congress: 1,274 Lobbyists – USA Today Tue, 26 Apr 2005 USA Today provides a glimpse into the way the pharmaceutical industry controls health care policy by buying influence at the highest level of government, and underwriting professional . . . Continue reading →
Bill would shield some drug firms from punitive damages Wed, 29 Dec 2004 A proposed bill in Congress would be another disincentive for pharmaceutical companies to disclose drug safety problems. Those promoting the bill should be asked to disclose their financial ties . . . Continue reading →
Urge your Senators to VOTE YES for the Child Medication Safety Act (S. 4041, HR 1790) !!!
"Top Republicans — Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., and House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill– recently sold the future of our children to Big Pharma for a paltry $4 bucks a pop." Continue reading →
The truth about the pharmaceutical industry and its corrupting influence on high ranking lawmakers and the near-total subversion of the FDA is spreading to the American hinterland. Below is an informed, intelligent editorial in the Shreveport Times, Louisiana that explains to readers why this industry is not to be trusted.
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The nation’s most powerful legislators have grown accustomed to riding in plush private coporate jets. How does that affect public policy? Continue reading →
On Tuesday evening, 38 U.S. Senators with about $13.4 million in pharmaceuticaql stock holdings approved a sweetheart deal absolving the drug / vaccine industry from liability .
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Acting EPA Chief Withdraws Controversial Pesticide Experiment – LAT / NYT Sat, 09 Apr 2005 “We are gratified that when this abominable experiment was exposed to the public, the pesticide industry and its EPA advocates had to surrender." Senator Barbara Boxer has . . . Continue reading →
Senate to Repeal Law Shielding Drug Giants – NYT, WashPost Sat, 11 Jan 2003 An agreement was reached by three Senate Republicans and Majority Leader, Sen. Bill Frist to repeal the three controversial corporate giveaways that had been ‘mysteriously’ slipped into the . . . Continue reading →