I’m thinking, “Maybe not.” Yet, this sort of unethical practice goes on all the time. According to physician/activist Roy Poses, MD, there were at least four significant settlements of such cases during the last half of 2014 alone. And, by January 9th of our new year, another high profile case has already been settled. Officially, it is known as U.S. ex rel. Fragoules v. Daiichi Sankyo, Inc., Civil Action No. 10-10420 (D. Mass.).
Category Archives: Pharmaceuticals
No question that a new antibiotic may be very beneficial–we always are fighting new resistance problems.
I do not deny that diabetes is a serious problem.
Hemorrhagic fevers are bad boys–killers, so even if the recent outbreak never got here, research on what to do is important and may lead to other developments that are beneficial.
I know, that sounds a little inflammatory, but assume, for a moment, that a speed drug (equivalent to the most addictive and dangerous drugs used illicitly in the US of A), was being proposed to be prescribed for your hyperactive or “active” or irritating boy child, age 4, 6, 8 or 10.
Josh is not my brother or my friend even, but is a recent addition to the ACSH staff of commentators and he has a Pharma insight that I don’t have and don’t want to have. Read this for some reality testing.