- David Ephraim
- Bridgewater, NJ
- United States
Should pharmaceutical companies be sued for withholding data? Also, should employees that suppressed data be held criminally accountable?
Perhaps you or someone you know has been harmed by the side effects of a pharmaceutical drug. What if it turned out that the drug was only approved by the FDA because a purposefully incomplete data set was presented to the FDA? Would this make you angry? What if it turns out it is happening commonly? This is exactly what Ben Goldacre: Battling bad science describes on TED. He is 100% credible and merits paying attention to. Should the pharmaceutical companies be held accountable? How? Please check out the following links and share your opinions and reactions.