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FDA Approves Nonexistent Product from Nonexistent Company for Human Testing

Quote:A sting nailed a company the HHS authorized to oversee human drug trials. The absurdities in the application are belly laugh funny, but in their rush to keep the money coming, they approved it.

The FDA farms out drug and medical device testing. It's in the hands of the companies hoping to gain approval for their products, but they must first get approval before doing tests on humans. Even here, though, there's a catch. The FDA doesn't review the testing plans. That's done by more for-profit companies, Institutional Review Boards (IRBs). But it gets worse. The IRBs are paid by the companies hoping to gain FDA approval for their products. So, it's a conflict of interest on top of a conflict of interest.


And a few quotes from a Brief to dismiss submitted by the HHS and FDA in a Supreme Court case:

Quote:"There is No Right to Consume or Feed Children Any Particular Food; There is No Generalized Right to Bodily and Physical Health; There is No Fundamental Right to Freedom of Contract."
~US Dept of Health & Human Services and US Food & Drug Administration, 2010

Link to Motion to Dismiss. The above quotes are in 4(a) (b) and (6) beginning on page 24 of the PDF.
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