Pharmaceutical Fraud

References

  1. BMJ: What have we learnt from Vioxx?
  2. Lancet: Risk of acute myocardial infarction and sudden cardiac death in patients treated with cyclo-oxygenase 2 selective and non-selective non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: nested case-control study
  3. NY Times: Merck Agrees to Settle Vioxx Suits for $4.85 Billion
  4. CBS News: Merck Created Hit List to “Destroy,” “Neutralize” or “Discredit” Dissenting Doctors
  5. CBS News: New Merck Allegations: A Fake Journal; Ghostwritten Studies; Vioxx Pop Songs; PR Execs Harass Reporters
  6. NY Times: Merck to Pay $950 Million Over Vioxx
  7. Merck’s Vaccines Product List
  8. Merck’s Hepatitis B (Recombivax HB) Vaccine Package Insert
  9. Package Inserts for Vaccines Licensed in United States
  10. Merck’s Shingles Vaccine (Zostavax) Lawsuit
  11. Can Shingles Vaccine Cause Injury and Death?
  12. Former Merck Scientists Sue Merck Alleging MMR Vaccine Efficacy Fraud
  13. Vaccine: The effectiveness of the mumps component of the MMR vaccine: a case control study.
  14. Merck’s self-reported mumps vaccine efficacy
  15. Mumps Outbreaks: Indiana University; University of Washington; University of Missouri; Harvard University; USS Fort McHenry
  16. Measles Cases Graph
  17. Mumps Cases Graph
  18. Gardasil Vaccine Lawsuit
  19. Gardasil: Science Day Presentation Video by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
  20. Revolving Door: Julie Gerberding
  21. NY Times: Glaxo Agrees to Pay $3 Billion in Fraud Settlement

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2 thoughts on “Pharmaceutical Fraud”

  1. Luke, I take my hat off to you, and people like you, who do the deep digging and diligent research to pull together all of these facts and present them concisely and coherently to people like me who have to work at other things for a living.
    We don’t have enough free time to research these issues for ourselves but we’re immensely grateful that decent, conscientious and smart people like you can bring these things into the light and help us to inform ourselves about important information which is generally missing – arguably, even suppressed – from mainstream public discourse.
    Thank you and bless you, sir.

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