Posted 1 year ago on Sept. 18, 2013, 8:55 p.m. EST by AnonKopimi
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When a government institution experiments on a vulnerable population without their consent or permission, isn't such an act criminal?
The FDA has allowed hundreds of generic drugs to remain on the market, despite the fact that the 3rd-party labs they hired to test them for efficacy and purity FAILED to do so: http://www.propublica.org/article/fda-let-drugs-approved-on-fraudulent-research-stay-on-the-market
The FDA refuses to disclose which medications these are.
The Department of Veterans Affairs insists on using cheap, generic medications on Veterans whenever possible, and has locked in contracts to achieve this. There may be NO data whatsoever to prove that many of these "meds" are even useful or pure AT ALL.
The only data being obtained FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME is on the general public and how their conditions respond to said generics.
Experimenting with medications on people without their informed consent is a CRIME, isn't it?!?
We lose SEVEN THOUSAND Veterans per year to suicide. Is there a connection here?