FDA Corruption – Unsafe Pharmaceutical Drugs Available to Public

FDA Corruption

Constitutional Attorney, Jonathan Emord discusses how corruption within the Food and Drug Administration results in unsafe pharmaceutical drugs becoming available to the public.

Few know that the FDA does not do any testing of the drugs, of which it approves; it relies entirely on the testing done by the advocates presenting their products for approval, which is done entirely with self-interest and in conflict of interest.
On at least one occasion, a “super-antibiotic”, Ketek, produced by Sanofi-Adventis was presented as having been tested, but some astute FDA regulators were able to deduce that the entire test had been fabricated and had never even taken place.

Despite the FBI and other law enforcement having been called to investigate the case, The FDA passed the drug, nonetheless.


Unsafe Pharmaceutical Drugs Available to Public


Source: Jonathan Emord Talks About Corruption within the FDA

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