Associated Press has reported that the Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services is re-examining the case against 103 scientists at the National Institute of Health who were accused of a conflict of interest… read being in the pay of Big Pharma.
Representative John Dingell, D-Mitchigan who is chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee says that the actions suggest that the earlier investigations were “mishandled” and that “it is clear that the NIH bungled the investigation the first time around”
The screws are being turned on Big Pharma and the FDA can be in no doubt now that they need to begin to really do the job that they are tasked with, rather than being rubber stamps for Big Pharma.
This story has still not really impacted in the area of anti-depressants and psychiatry, but I believe that we are very close to that point. This is very good news for the health and sanity of millions of children around the world who are currently being force fed psychiatric psychotropic drugs.