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112 Million Deficient Prescriptions Dispensed in the US!

112 Million Deficient Prescriptions Dispensed in the US!On June 14th, The International Journal of Health Services reported that over the last 18 years, 17 different drugs were approved for patient use and later pulled because they were unsafe. That may not sound like much but those 17 prescription drugs were prescribed 112 million times. Nine of these...

Legal & Safety ALERT! Seeking Information on Counterfeit BiCNU

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an alert for counterfeit BiCNU, an FDA approved cancer drug. Also known as carmustine, BiCNU is an injectable medication used to treat brain cancer, multiple myeloma, and lymphoma (Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s). Although there is no known...


When Medication Kills – Recall of Pharmakon Morphine Sulfate

When Medication Kills – Recall of Pharmakon Morphine SulfateMistakes happen. We hear stories every week about prescription drugs that are sub-potent or superpotent. Very often the drugs in our medicine cabinets are subpotent meaning they have insufficient Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API). Frequently these poor quality drugs are manufactured in India...

Anonymous Whistleblower Uncovers Novartis FCPA Violations in Turkey

Anonymous Whistleblower Uncovers Novartis FCPA Violations in TurkeyWhistleblower remains anonymous for fear of retaliation, allegations are under internal investigation
According to a whistleblower who has chosen to remain anonymous, Swiss drugmaker Novartis bribed government officials in Turkey to obtain advantages that may have translated into $85 million...

Advocacy Groups Says Drug Makers Paying Less in Fines

An analysis by the consumer advocacy group Public Citizen says that big Pharma is paying less in fines. Has the industry cleaned up? Has there been a change in political thinking? Or is the FDA and Justice Department busy doing other things?
To answer that question, lets look at the numbers...

Activist Takes on Mislabeled Pharmaceuticals

Joel Joseph is an activist. He is the chairman and founder of the Made in the USA Foundation, a non-profit that promotes American made products. Normally he helps American companies compete against cheaper, foreign made goods. In 2014, he found himself the unwitting purchaser of foreign made...