SEC Filings: Eli Lilly Admits Problems Getting Liability Insurance For Zyprexa

These illegal practices are the secret behind this toxic drug–Zyprexa– becoming a blockbuster seller. Continue reading →

Flu Vaccine–where is the evidence?

This is an addendum to yesterday's Infomail in which we disseminated disinformation issued by the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC). www.ahrp.org/cms/content/view/396/80
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Cash Interests Taint Drug Advice – NATURE / Death a Risk of Antipsychotics – AP

Cash Interests Taint Drug Advice – NATURE / Death a Risk of Antipsychotics – AP Sun, 23 Oct 2005 An investigation by the journal, NATURE (the largest of its kind) reveals that not only do conflicts of interest taint the conduct and . . . Continue reading →

Pfizer Admits Guilt in Promotion of Neurontin–Agrees to Pay $430 Million

Pfizer Admits Guilt in Promotion of Neurontin–Agrees to Pay $430 Million Sun, 16 May 2004 A lawsuit initiated by Dr. David Franklin, a whistleblower, has been settled: Pfizer pleaded guilty to criminal fraud in the promotion of Neurontin, and agreed to pay . . . Continue reading →

Smallpox vaccine: Experts Urge Caution, Administration Pushes Hard

Smallpox vaccine: Experts Urge Caution, Administration Pushes Hard Sat, 29 Mar 2003 In our earlier Infomail today, the focus was on the Administration’s difficulty in recruiting volunteers for the anthrax vaccine trial. This Infomail focuses on the determined push to implement the . . . Continue reading →

"Black Hole" of medical research–Negative Results Don’t get Published – JAMA, WSJ

“Black Hole” of medical research–Negative Results Don’t get Published – JAMA, WSJ Sat, 5 Jun 2004 “No one likes bad news. But in science, there is an ethical imperative to publish research, even if the findings aren’t what the researcher had hoped . . . Continue reading →

Lawsuit filed re: ALLHAT Hypertension research death of human subject

Lawsuit filed re: ALLHAT Hypertension research death of human subject Thu, 17 Jul 2003 The Bureau of National Affairs reports: “Just months after a groundbreaking blood pressure study made headlines across the nation, a principal investigator in the trial and his team . . . Continue reading →