Thursday, September 28, 2023


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce

Sting Operation Exposes the Dark Side of Science

Doctors, patients, policymakers and the general public are finding that the integrity of science is questionable, as less people trust journalism and science journals. One 2014 poll found that trust in media dropped 5 percentage points to 52 percent. This also stands true globally, as trust in media has dropped approximately 80 percent across all of the countries surveyed.

Does Pharma Pressure Sway FDA Drug Approvals?

pills and containers

For patients and physicians, the common belief is that all drugs undergo the same rigorous review, but the truth is, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which stands as the gatekeeper for the sanction of drug and device products, has flexible standards on what they approve and do not approve. Unknowingly to the public, the federal agency approves drugs based on…

Pharma-Government Conflicts of Interest Exposed

Conflicts of interest are rampant and easily made public in doctor-pharmaceutical relationships, however, they stay a little more hidden for industry and federal agencies. While it is inevitable that big pharma be present in public health agencies as individual leaders bounce from organization to organization—meanwhile maintaining past relationships, roles and…

Understanding the Syndrome Known as ASIA

Professor Yehuda Shoenfeld, a prominent researcher and clinician specializing in autoimmune and rheumatic diseases, talked with BioMed Central about his observation of a correlation between autoimmune disorders and one of four distinct conditions associated with previous exposure to an adjuvant, which is an agent added to intensify a desired reaction.

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