FDA It’s Role

Just how and what the FDA’s role in this mess is all about!

Just how independent is the FDA?
Well, we have researched this a great length! The verdict is in, as the FDA is way too cozy with the very industry that it regulates. This cozy relationship which is actually incestuous in nature involves the funding of the drug review and approval process. This gives the pharmaceutical companies vast power and influence!

Just how does the pharmaceutical industry make inroads into the FDA. Where is the incestuous relationships conducted? How deep does the influence go?
The pharmaceutical industry’s influence gets exerted in various slippery ways that at first blush can be hard to discern. Basically in its simplest distillation they pay cash, lots of cash, for positive FDA reviews. In this way they become the client of the FDA’s revenue stream. When in reality the public, the public’s health are the true clients.

The following videos will help illustrate some of the issues.

Fascism has been defined as an unholy alliance between government and business. Nowhere is this better seen in the USA than the collaboration between Drug Companies and the FDA.

Truth About Drug Ads, Big Pharma & FDA

FDA Advisory & Big Pharma Conflicts of Interest, Psychology


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