September 15, 2019

The “norm and practice” of Pharmaceutical companies is to vehemently deny the most serious adverse side effects

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Eli Lilly Paid Mass Shooting Victims Hush Money in Prozac Lawsuit

October 7, 2012

IV. What Do We Get for All That Money? According to the Kaiser Foundation:[1] The number of

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America’s Healthcare Crisis–Part II–What Do We Get for $$$ ?

May 9, 2012

The case involves the largest Alzheimer’s disease [AD] research grants awarded by the National Institutes of Health

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Harvard To Be Tried for Alzheimer’s Research Fraud

April 11, 2012

The focus, in this instance, is not a therapeutic intervention, but rather a test using a radioactive

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Why Eli Lilly’s Alzheimer’s Imaging Test- Amyvid- Is NO Breakthrough

April 14, 2011

Global Health Philanthropy and Institutional Relationships: How Should Conflicts of Interest Be Addressed?  by David Stuckler, Sanjay

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Private Foundations’ Conflicts of Interest Revealed

April 7, 2011

 “Reviewing the evidence is a critical public health issue in light of the increasing prevalence of antidepressant

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SSRI Antidepressants Linked to Breast Cancer

March 25, 2011

Johnson & Johnson lost another case involving its outrageously deceptive marketing of the antipsychotic, Risperdal. This time,

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Jury Finds Johnson & Johnson Violated Consumer Protection Law

March 7, 2011

At long last Big Pharma’s ill-begotten profits are slated to take a major financial hit. * This

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This Year Alone, Drug Industry To Lose $50 billion

January 21, 2011

On January 19, 2011, the FDA expressed concerns about an Alzheimer’s brain imaging PET scan that is

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FDA to Approve PET Scan for Alzheimer’s?

January 14, 2011

The excerpts from The New Yorker (below) may be read as a companion piece to the Atlantic

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The Truth Wears Off

January 5, 2011

Le Figaro reports (below French with English translation by Professor David Cohen*) that Astellas Pharma, the Japanese

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Astellas Pharma Sues Prescrire, a Medical Journal

December 23, 2010

 A report by Public Citizen documents the enormous scale of pharmaceutical industry lawless activities during the past

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1991-2010 Enormous Scale of Pharma Criminal Fraud Settlements

October 3, 2010

A New York Times report (below) reviews what has been accomplished by multiple civil and criminal lawsuits

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Lawsuits, Just the Cost of Criminal Marketing of Antipsychotic Drugs

September 16, 2010

Today, five weeks after publishing a grossly dis-informative front-page report by Gina Kolata, "Spinal-Fluid Test Finds Proteins

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NY Times Corrects Gina Kolata Re: Alzheimer’s