Big Pharma criminality no longer a conspiracy theory: Bribery, fraud, price fixing now a matter of public recordQuicklink submitted by Joan Mootry Permalink
|Drug and vaccine manufacturer Merck was caught red-handed by two of its own scientists faking vaccine efficacy data by spiking blood samples with animal antibodies. GlaxoSmithKline has just been fined a whopping $3 billion for bribing doctors, lying to the FDA, hiding clinical trial data and fraudulent marketing. Pfizer, meanwhile has been sued by the nation's pharmacy retailers for what is alleged as an 'overarching anticompetitive scheme' to keep generic cholesterol drugs off the market and thereby boost its own profits. The picture that's emerging is one of a criminal drug industry that has turned to mafia tactics in the absence of any real science that would prove their products to be safe or effective. There is extraordinary evidence of bribery, scientific fraud, lying to regulators and monopolistic practices that harm consumers...|
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