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ALLIANCE FOR HUMAN RESEARCH PROTECTION (AHRP) August 21, 2002 Comments Re: DHHS Notice of Proposed Recommendation Regarding Support of Research Protocol: "Precursors to Diabetes in Japanese American Youth" Grant Number I R01 DK59234-01 The proposed experiment would involve 450 children healthy children, aged 8-10 years old, 300 of Japanese ancestry […]

AHRP Comments – Precursors to Diabetes in Japanese American Youth



Hormone Replacement “Bombshell” is Not and isolated incident Wednesday, July 10, 2002 Until a “bombshell” study overturned hormone replacement treatment (HRT), Premarin was the most prescribed drug in U.S. in the last decade (45 million Rx in 2001) and Prempro the most prescribed estrongen / progesterone combination (22 million Rx […]

Hormone Replacement "Bombshell" is Not and isolated incident




July 18, 2002 Anthrax Vaccine Not Safe and Effective – Emergency Medicine News FYI In her letter in the July issue of Emergency Medicine News (below) Dr. Meryl Nass cites a body of evidence linking the anthrax vaccine with systemic adverse medical reactions, and 100,000 to possibly 200,000 veterans who […]

Anthrax Vaccine Not Safe and Effective – Emergency Medicine News


Israeli State Comptroller Blasts Researchers for Experimenting on Patients without Consent Tue, 26 Jul 2005 Patients the world over need adeaquate protection from overreaching physicians who use patients to test experimental drugs and procedures without their informed consent. Jacques Michel, a retired director of Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem who also […]

Israeli State Comptroller Blasts Researchers for Experimenting on Patients without ...



Junk Science Hits Front Page Headlines: Most Americans Will Be Mentally Ill at Some Point – NIMH / Harvard Study Says Tue, 7 Jun 2005 Americans may be astonished to learn that $20 million in taxpayers’ money was spent on a study whose unacknowledged purpose is to increase the use […]

Junk Science Hits Front Page Headlines: Most Americans Will Be ...


Pharma’s Pervasive Influence Corrupts Medicine both sides of Atlantic Tue, 4 Oct 2005 The focus of criticism in medicine has shifted from cost and barriers to access to treatments to an examination of the safety and benefit of current treatments. The pharmaceutical industry’s corrupting influence on physicians, academic researchers, the […]

Pharma's Pervasive Influence Corrupts Medicine both sides of Atlantic




Fast growing business: Unethical clinical trials in India – Asia Times Tue, 27 Jul 2004 Asia Times reports: “India increasingly emerges as a preferred destination for outsourcing clinical trials – testing of new drugs on humans – the country may also be heading toward providing the greatest source of human […]

Fast growing business: Unethical clinical trials in India – Asia ...