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Hepatitis B is a serious disease. It is highly prevalent in many countries in Asia (nearly 10% of Chinese carried the illness in 1992). Fortunately its prevalence in the US is very low.  According to CDC data, the overall reported US incidence rate for 2013 was 1.0 case of hepatitis B per 100,000 population. After adjusting…

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FDA’s preeminent authority to determine whether a drug or device is approved is its assumed scientific expertise and honest, independent review of safety and performance data from scientifically valid, controlled clinical trials.  However, surveys of FDA scientists and numerous independent investigations by highly credible entities have all confirmed serious deficiencies in FDA’s scientific base and…

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