More crud from FDA and Big Pharma trying to kill competition.

FDA suddenly bans 500 drugs FDA Suddenly Bans Drugs That Have Been On The Market For Decades from the perfect-gin-and-tonic-for-fun-and-profit dept By David Fuchs TechDirt Recently, the FDA banned 500 prescription drugs that had been on the market and working for years. To be fair, it was really 50-100 drugs (pdf), made by different companies, but that just highlights how there was actual competition in the marketplace for these drugs, which has now been removed. For all of … Read More

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