How the FDA Became a Drug Company
Under the false pretense of improved food and drug safety the FDA re-invented itself as a kingpin drug company sucking in virtually all members of Congress.
The Bush administration figured out that the fastest way to get the FDA out of the way of Big Pharma’s profits was to appoint FDA critics to key positions, thereby changing the FDA from within.
This began in August of 2001 when Bush appointed Daniel Troy as chief counsel of the FDA, a man best known for defending tobacco companies. Mr. Troy invited Big Pharma to submit cases to him so that the FDA could help
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