Rubberstamping Drugs and Dangerous Medical Equipment, Spying on its Own Scientists

Aug 29, 2012 by

Rubberstamping Drugs and Dangerous Medical Equipment, Spying on its Own Scientists

“While I was at FDA, drug reviewers were clearly told not to question drug companies and that our job was to approve drugs,” said an FDA whistleblower. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is often accused of serving industry at the expense of consumers. But even FDA defenders are shocked by reports of an institutionalized FDA spying program on its own scientists, lawmakers, reporters and academics that included an enemies list of “actors” and collaborators.

Rubberstamping Drugs and Dangerous Medical Equipment, Spying on its Own Scientists

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