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  • FDA: Thousands of Deaths Associated With Drugs Given to "Trans" Children

    09/28/2019 10:57:55 AM PDT · by Missouri gal · 25 replies
    National Catholic Register ^ | September 18, 2019 | Celeste McGovern
    Thousands of children attending "affirmative" gender health clinics globally, including in the United States and the United Kingdom, are being given powerful, puberty-blocking drugs with a litany of serious side effects-including death-according to Food and Drug Administration data. And the National Health Service (NHS) in England is currently investigating issues surrounding use of the drugs since it registered a 4,500% increase last fall in the number of youths seeking treatments to alter their biological sex in the previous nine years.
  • CDC is Protecting Illicit Marijuana While Trying to Pin this Outbreak on Traditional E-Cigarettes

    09/14/2019 12:35:38 PM PDT · by Eric Blair 2084 · 36 replies
    The Rest of the Story ^ | September 8, 2019 | Dr. Michael Siegel
    It is clear to me that in its investigation of more than 400 cases of acute respiratory failure tied to the vaping of certain products, the CDC is doing everything it can to undermine the proven connection between most of these cases and illicit marijuana vape carts, while exaggerating a potential, but completely unproven connection with traditional electronic cigarettes. This was highlighted last Friday with the complete split between the FDA and CDC with respect to their public communications and warnings regarding the disease outbreak.
  • Dutch abortionist sues FDA for seizing her illegally distributed abortion pills

    09/12/2019 1:32:16 PM PDT · by Morgana · 13 replies
    LIVE ACTION NEWS ^ | SEPT. 12, 2019 | Laura Nicole |
    An Amsterdam-based abortionist who prescribes abortion pills to clients over the internet is suing the FDA for seizing abortion pills she illegally prescribed to U.S. patients after she violated an FDA cease and desist letter. Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, an abortionist who once plied her trade by boat but later moved her business model to the internet and even drones, together with her lawyer Richard Hearn, filed the federal lawsuit in Idaho Monday. Gomperts claims that by cracking down on the illegal distribution of abortion pills, the government is denying women a “constitutionally protected right to terminate their unwanted pregnancies.” Gomperts...
  • Lawsuit over access to online abortion pills is 'ludicrous,' pro-life activists say

    09/12/2019 1:18:40 PM PDT · by Morgana · 3 replies
    Catholic News Agency ^ | SEPT. 11, 2019 | Staff
    Washington D.C., Sep 10, 2019 / 06:06 pm (CNA).- Pro-life groups are decrying an effort by a European doctor to sue the United States Food and Drug Administration in order to continue selling medical abortion pills online. Dr. Rebecca Gomperts is a licensed physician in Austria and the founder of Aid Access, a European company that prescribes and mails misoprostol and mifepristone, the drugs required for a medical abortion, to women in the United States. In March, the FDA issued a cease-and-desist to Aid Access, ordering the group to stop prescribing and mailing the drugs to patients in the United...
  • FDA Recommends Pouring All Pumpkin Spice-Flavored Beverages Down Drain

    09/01/2019 4:47:41 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 39 replies
    The Babylon Bee ^ | August 29, 2018 | The Babylon Bee
    U.S —As the nation plunges headlong into another fall season, the FDA has officially recommended pouring all pumpkin spice flavored beverages down the nearest drain immediately. Stressing that they are “all just completely abhorrent and disgusting,” a spokesman for the agency confirmed Wednesday that the only safe and honorable course of action when confronted with a pumpkin spice latte, coffee, or beer this autumn is to quickly and without hesitation open the beverage and dump every drop of it down a nearby drain or toilet. The FDA further advised caution when dumping the drinks, warning against accidentally spilling or splashing...
  • For Americans With Debilitating Diseases, Free to Choose Medicine Offers Hope

    07/03/2019 9:01:36 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 9 replies
    Townhall ^ | 07/03/2019 | Christina Herrin
    Americans suffering from debilitating diseases should not have to lobby Congress or Food and Drug Administration (FDA) bureaucrats for special permission to access potentially lifesaving treatments, yet that’s the situation many patients are in. Consider Jaci Hermstad, a 25-year-old Iowan who suffers from a rare form of ALS. Hermstad has been fighting for her life for months, but has found hope in a groundbreaking molecular therapy developed specifically for her. It seems like common sense that Hermstad should be able to access this innovative, highly specialized treatment before it is too late. However, in the upside-down world of the FDA...
  • Is Being Gluten-Intolerant an American Problem?

    06/30/2019 12:46:36 PM PDT · by CondoleezzaProtege · 103 replies
    Mother Earth News ^ | Summer 2013 | Carolyn Welch
    I recently had a puzzling experience and wonder whether you might be able to shed some light on it. Over the past few years I’ve become increasingly unable to eat wheat without experiencing significant gastrointestinal distress, and I’ve been eating a gluten-free diet for about two years as a result. A couple of weeks ago, I traveled to Hungary and succumbed to the temptation of eating some irresistibly fabulous, crusty European bread. I figured I’d pay the price but that it would be worth it. However, nothing happened. By the end of the trip I was feasting on croissants, thin-crust...
  • New drug to boost women’s sex drive approved in US

    06/21/2019 2:31:21 PM PDT · by Red Badger · 67 replies
    AP ^ | 06-20-2019 | By MATTHEW PERRONE
    <p>WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. women will soon have another drug option designed to boost low sex drive: a shot they can give themselves in the thigh or abdomen that raises sexual interest for several hours.</p> <p>The medication OK’d Friday by the Food and Drug Administration is only the second approved to increase sexual desire in a women, a market drugmakers have been trying to cultivate since the blockbuster success of Viagra for men in the late 1990s. The other drug is a daily pill.</p>
  • Counterfeit pharmaceuticals kill hundreds of thousands of people every year

    06/09/2019 9:38:20 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 33 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 06/09/19 | Jack Dini
    Food and Drug Administration ignored untold numbers of adverse events, including deaths, regulators finally announced in February 2019 that they will increase oversight of the dietary supplements industry Dietary supplements are big business. Three out of four Americans take one or more on a regular basis, and for older Americans the fraction is four out of five. One in three children also takes supplements. The estimated number of supplement products increased form 4,000 in 1994 to 50,000-80,000 today. Out of pocket expenditures for herbal and complementary nutritional products are about $50 billion, reports Henry Miller. 1 One of the greatest...
  • FDA alerts hospitals, laboratories and health care professionals about recall of [TR]

    05/24/2019 9:27:01 AM PDT · by buckalfa · 8 replies
    Food and Drug Administration ^ | May 23rd, 2019 | FDA
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting hospitals, laboratories and providers of a Class 1 recall of Beckman Coulter DxH 800, DxH 600 and DxH 900 hematology analyzers—devices that run blood tests to help providers diagnose diseases and conditions such as anemia (low red blood cell or hemoglobin count), infections, blood clotting problems, blood cancers and immune system disorders. This is an update to an urgent medical device correction letter first issued by the company in 2018, after the company received complaints of inaccurate blood platelet counts. Hematology analyzers run diagnostic tests that count the number of different types...
  • Hidden Reports Masked The Scope Of Widespread Harm From Faulty Heart Device (MEDTRONICS)

    05/22/2019 11:01:42 AM PDT · by GailA · 21 replies
    Kiaser.org ^ | 5/21/19 | Christina Jewett
    Shortly after the recall, the FDA and Medtronic made a deal to keep reports about the widely used device’s malfunction incidents — now totaling 50,000 — shielded from public scrutiny. The FDA has allowed device makers to file 1.1 million reports of injuries or malfunctions to a little-known internal FDA database since 2016, a recent Kaiser Health News investigation has found, spurring top FDA officials to pledge to open those records within weeks and shut down the “alternative summary reporting” program. For the past two decades, the agency has granted various devices different types of so-called exemptions from reporting to...
  • Judge orders FDA to speed up review of e-cigarettes

    05/16/2019 2:55:20 AM PDT · by Zhang Fei · 17 replies
    AP ^ | 5/15/2019 | MATTHEW PERRONE
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge is siding with public health groups suing the Food and Drug Administration to begin reviewing thousands of e-cigarettes on the U.S. market. The ruling handed down Wednesday in district court states that the agency shirked its legal duty when it postponed reviewing all U.S. vaping products by several years. The American Academy of Pediatrics, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and other groups filed the federal lawsuit in Maryland last year. The groups say the lack of FDA oversight has led to an explosion in underage vaping by teenagers, threatening to hook a generation of Americans...
  • Clinton Used Personal Email for Official Business [Weekly Update]

    05/03/2019 3:23:03 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 15 replies
    Judicial Watch ^ | May 3, 2019 | Tom Fitton
    Top Aide Admits That Clinton Used Personal Email for Official Business What Were Anti-Trump Conspirators Strzok and Ohr Saying to Each Other? We’re Suing Over Federal Purchases of Human Abortion Tissue Bruce Ohr Email Raises Possible Ethics Concerns Tied to Russia Testimony What’s the Deal on Andrew Weissmann’s Meeting with AP Reporters? We’re Helping a Watchdog Group Get Information on DC’s Transit System Top Aide Admits That Clinton Used Personal Email for Official Business Jacob “Jake” Sullivan, Hillary Clinton’s senior advisor and deputy chief of staff when she was secretary of state, has now answered our questions under oath....
  • In first for EU, anti-skin cancer drug approved

    04/27/2019 12:04:45 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 13 replies
    French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi on Friday said the European Medicines Agency had conditionally approved its anti-cancer drug Libtayo, the first drug of its kind to be authorized for use in the EU. The tumor-reducing drug is aimed at patients with the second most common form of skin cancer — cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (CSCC) — whose cancer is advanced, and who are not candidates for surgery or radiation therapy. […] The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Libtayo in September 2018, while Health Canada gave it the conditional green light earlier this month. …
  • How many cherries in frozen pie? FDA may soon drop rules

    04/19/2019 8:18:11 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 61 replies
    Associated Press ^ | April 19, 2019 | Candice Choi
    President Donald Trump may soon be able to claim a sweet victory for his deregulation push, with officials preparing to get rid of the decades-old rules for frozen cherry pies. Emails show the Food and Drug Administration planned to start the process for revoking the standard for frozen cherry pies this week, followed by a similar revocation of the standard for French dressing. Plans to get rid of the obscure rules had been tucked into the Trump administration’s deregulation agenda. Standards for an array of foods including cottage cheese and canned peas were put in place decades ago partly to...
  • Jackpot Junk Science-Scientists Say a Weed Killer is Safe, but a [Obama] Judge Excludes Evidence.

    04/01/2019 11:13:49 AM PDT · by JeepersFreepers · 66 replies
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | March 31, 2019 | The Editorial Board
    The vagaries of American tort law were on display in San Francisco last week as six jurors decided that Bayer AG is liable for $80.3 million in damages for allegedly causing a Sonoma man’s non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The scientific consensus is that Bayer’s Roundup herbicide is safe, but the company is now open for looting as it faces lawsuits from some 11,200 similar plaintiffs. Yet there’s overwhelming evidence that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, is unlikely to have caused Mr. Hardeman’s illness. His lawyers emphasized 2015 findings from the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer, which concluded...
  • The FDA Needs To Leave Vaping Alone

    03/17/2019 4:20:36 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 36 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 17, 2019 | Derek Hunter
    It’s not often I’m happy to see a bureaucrat leave their job. That’s not entirely true, I would like to see every bureaucrat leave their job and would cheer wildly if they did. But I’m cheering one specific bureaucrat leaving his job because he was particularly dangerous at it – Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. Why would I, and why should you, care that the head of the FDA has given his notice? Because, if you’re like me, or care about anyone in the future who might be, his resignation might just save lives. Like too many people,...
  • Senator Murray to Fight New Policy Allowing Importation of “Frankenfish”

    03/08/2019 8:02:59 PM PST · by mdittmar · 38 replies
    U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) ^ | 3/8/2019 | U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA)
    SEATTLE—Today, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) issued the following statement on the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) announcement that it will no longer block importation of genetically engineered salmon.
  • The LSD Archive at The Institute of Illegal Images

    02/14/2019 5:38:45 AM PST · by vannrox · 51 replies
    Flashbak ^ | 5FB19 | Karen Strike
    “It kept me from eating it if it was framed on the wall” - Mark Mcloud on his amazing collection of LSD Blotters  On October 6, 1966 (aka ‘The Day of the Beast’ in psychedelic circles) California banned the possession of LSD. Two years later the law went nationwide. Mark McCloud did as anyone of vision might: he began buying loads of blotters, sheets of paper infused with LSD, for consumption. Eventually his San Francisco home filled with thousands of LSD tabs. Over time the acid broke down. So now the framed sheets (part of an archive of more than 33,000...
  • Fruit sold at Costco, Walmart, Aldi and other stores nationwide is recalled

    01/28/2019 7:07:22 PM PST · by Califreak · 47 replies
    Today ^ | Get the latest from TODAY Sign up for our newsletter SUBSCRIBE Jan. 28, 2019, | Meghan Holohan
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced that Jac. Vandenberg is recalling 1,727 cartons of peaches, 1,207 cartons of nectarines and 365 cartons of plums because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The fresh peaches, nectarines and plums were sold at Aldi, Costco, Fairway Market, Hannaford, Market Basket and Walmart nationwide. Some of the peaches and nectarines were sold as bulk items and have a PLU sticker with the numbers 4044, 3035 or 4378. The Aldi peaches and plums were sold in two-pound bags with brand Rio Duero, EAN numbers 7804650090281, 7804650090298 or 7804650090304. Costco sold nectarines in a four-pound plastic...