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China Daily A farming family’s recollection 2003-09-25 http://www1.chinadaily.com.cn/en/doc/2003-09/25/content_267233.htm Near-death experience after 55-year-old father of four inhales ‘fog-like’ spray China Features reporters XIONG LEI and WEN CHIHUA recently visited Zongyang County, in East China’s Anhui Province, to further dig into the allegations surrounding Harvard’s genetic studies in China. Their investigation was […]

China Daily investigation challenges US genetic experiments on poor farmers


Doctors On the Take-Engaging in Vairous Dubious Activities for Cash / Stock Options Tue, 16 Aug 2005 A series of current articles in The Wall Street Journal, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), and the New York Times describe the many questionable non-medical income-producing activities that America┬╣s physicians […]

Doctors On the Take-Engaging in Vairous Dubious Activities for Cash ...


FDA says it Screened Panelists for Conflicts of Interest Tue, 1 Mar 2005 Bloomberg News reports that the Center for Science in the Public Interest had identified not 10, but 27 panelists on FDA’s advisory panel who had financial ties to drug manufacturers. Last week The New York Times reported […]

FDA says it Screened Panelists for Conflicts of Interest



Paxil for Children: Safety, Efficacy Aren’t Established – Letter WSJ Fri, 9 Jul 2004 Dr. Arnold Relman, Professor Emeritus, Medicine and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School, and former editor of The New England Journal of Medicine, responds to a June 21 editorial in The Wall Street Journal. The editorial attacked […]

Paxil for Children: Safety, Efficacy Aren't Established – Letter WSJ


Children and antidepressants – CNN Financial Today Fri, 12 Nov 2004 When CNN was looking for an expert with a responsible, balanced view about the concerns of prescribing psychotropic drugs for children, they turned to AHRP. We recommended psychiatrist, Dr. Joseph Glenmullen, a practicing clinician and Harvard faculty member, whose […]

Children and antidepressants – CNN Financial Today


Duke Survey Clinical trials: Research Conflicts of Interest Violate ethical Guidelines_UPI Sun, 27 Oct 2002 A major Duke University survey of 108 U.S. medical schools reveals that medical institutions fail utterly to meet international standards aimed at ensuring the integrity of clinical research and the safety of the subjects. Conflicts […]

Duke Survey Clinical trials: Research Conflicts of Interest Violate ethical ...



Ethical Violations / Investigations Today Congressional Investigations Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP) Letters of Determination: http://ohrp.osophs.dhhs.gov/detrm_letrs/lindex.htm Office of Protection from Research Risks* (OPRR) List of Compliance Oversight Investigations Resulting in Restrictions or Actions to federally licensed Institutions between 1990 – 2000. *Reorganized in 2000 as OHRP Mar 30: AHRP […]

Ethical Violations and Investigations Today


Use of combinations of antipsychotics–Harms Patients: McLean & Leipzig Wed, 21 Sep 2005 Two additional studies provide additional evidence (coffin nails) demonstrating how psychiatry’s marriage of convenience gave birth to rotten fruit: specifically, under the influence of pharmaceutical companies, psychiatry plunged irresponsibly into practicing polypsychoparmacology. The evidence from these studies […]

Use of combinations of antipsychotics–Harms Patients: McLean & Leipzig


Dubious Drug Therapy – Keith Koeller / Bread and Shelter, Yes. Psychiatrists, No – Sally Satel Wed, 30 Mar 2005 Two OpEd columns deserve special attention because they provide insight and evidence of the harm done by current psychiatric / psychological practices. Sally Satel, MD is a psychiatrist and resident […]

Dubious Drug Therapy – Keith Koeller / Bread and Shelter, ...



US Preventive Services Task Force: No evidence that screening for suicide reduces suicide Fri, 21 May 2004 The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) issued its findings and recommendation against screening for suicide. The USPSTF findings corroborate those of the Canadian PSTF. “USPSTF found no evidence that screening for suicide […]

US Preventive Services Task Force: No evidence that screening for ...