Stop False Reporting of Drug Benefits & Harms by Making FDA & NIH Work Together

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Arthur Curtis
4 years ago
Business concerns have become more important than patient concerns in American medicine.

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Thomas Phillips
4 years ago
good idea.

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Melanie Doran
4 years ago
I am a BSN RN. Both myself and my family have been harmed by medications!

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Susanna Rees
4 years ago
Signing with gratitude.

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D'Anne graham
5 years ago
This loophole allows drug and device makers to distort their published scientific results, which they do routinely in order to market their products to doctors. And patients are seriously harmed as a result. It is by now no secret that medical journals often publish biased reports of clinical trials funded by industry. These biased reports exaggerate benefits and minimize harms of new medical products (drugs and medical devices). Corporations succeed in this practice by sending different information and statistical analyses to the NIH than what they sent to the FDA. Medical journals, which rely on NIH data, have no way to detect these discrepancies. Both the FDA and the NIH know that this happens, but they do nothing, so the misleading claims escape regulation. We aim to close this loophole.

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alice waina
5 years ago
I also believe that a lot of these studies are never done

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Susan Betancourt
5 years ago
Accurate reporting is necessary for both science as well as patients.

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Courtenay Heading
5 years ago
Transparency is all we should trust. The truth will set us free, but first it might p!ss us off.

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Glenn Sllverberg
5 years ago
Seen the harm done from a corrupted drug approval process and the collusion of too much of the medical profession, especially psychiatry, with the drug companies.

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Bruce Abel
5 years ago
Truth is better than deception.