The lawlessness of the FDA – June 30, 2006

June 29, 2006 by  
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June 30, 2006 is a day that will be long remembered as a dark milestone in the history of FDA and its campaign against health consumers. On June 30, an FDA “Final Rule” goes into effect, establishing a regulatory power grab of such scale and scope that it attempts to bypass all laws, the will of Congress and fundamental protections for consumers. This “Final Rule,” which may as well be called a “Final Solution” for drug consumers, claims that consumers can no longer sue drug companies for the harm caused by any FDA-approved drug, even if the drug’s manufacturer intentionally misled the FDA by hiding or fabricating clinical trial data.

In one blatantly illegal act, the FDA is attempting to pull off the greatest Big Pharma coup of all: The outright elimination of any responsibility whatsoever for the suffering and death caused by deadly pharmaceuticals.

In the preamble of the FDA’s new “Final Rule” to take effect on June 30, the agency asserts that FDA approval of prescription drugs — and their implied safety — may no longer be second-guessed by consumers or organizations of any kind. The FDA’s stamp of approval, the agency claims, is an absolute declaration of safety of all such drugs, for any use whatsoever, including off-label use (the use of drugs on health conditions that were never tested in clinical trials).

One of my thoughts on clinical trials – Link

Link back to the full article: http://www.NewsTarget.com/019497.html

Here is another link to make you think: Responsibility

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