National Institute of Health Conflict of Interest Under Investigation.
Learn how and why dangerous drugs are approved for our loved ones and what is being done to investigate this by Congress.
Also see a link below re 2 year old being drugged.
"Following strong criticism from Congress, the investigative arm of the Department of Health and Human Services also has begun a review of conflict-of-interest policies at the NIH, one of the world's premier medical research centers.
The review affects not only government scientists but also the way NIH oversees grant recipients who perform research at universities or other nonfederal institutions." ...
"Who knows how much damage these conflicts of interest have done to the NIH mission of protecting the public's health?" said Ned Feder, a former NIH scientist who works now with the private Project on Government Oversight. "A review of the facts and the policies is long overdue." ...
"We would submit that the damage these conflicts of interest caused can be measured by the harmful treatments that NIH and its grant recipients in academia have promoted. Their recommendations enriched their corporate benefactors but maimed and cut short the lives of patients." ...
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Sunday, April 08, 2007
Are people catching on to the fraud of psychiatric drugs? Check out this page. It appears that even state governments are realizing they must act in the public interest. Lawsuit after lawsuit are being filed by state governments against the pushers, like Eli Lilly, Pfizer, and others. This is in spite of the fact that these Big Pharma companies have tremendous financial power in dealing with legislators. It is refreshing that governments are apparently saying, "I don't care how much money you contribute to our campaigns. You're criminal, and we're coming after you."