FDA’s “dentures” are too weak to be effective

The FDA lacks any real “teeth” to do their job. They’ve been paid off by years by multiple groups to look the other way. Now the leaving FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, said in a statement: “Today, we posted a warning letter to a company preying on patients who may be seeking alternative treatments for chronic pain, cancers, arthritis and autoimmune and neurological disorders. Health fraud scams like these are inexcusable.” Inexcusable? Damn right! But the FDA has allowed it for years. Multiple warning letters. NO REAL ACTION! Time for hefty fines. Time for prison time for fraud, not just for company executives, but also for FDA officials on their payrolls (if not now, then later when those officials leave the FDA to go work for big pharma!).

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