Posts Tagged ‘big pharma’

Crisis: The big pharmaceuticals’ “Holy Grail”

“They do not measure the difference between infection and noninfection as a primary motivation.”
Covid-19 Vaccine Protocols Reveal That Trials Are Designed To Succeed

“Vaccine efficacy is typically proved by large clinical trials over several

years. The pharmaceutical companies intend to do trials ranging from thirty thousand to sixty thousand participants. This scale of study would be sufficient for testing vaccine efficacy. The first surprise found upon a closer reading of the protocols reveals that each study intends to complete interim and primary analyses that at most include 164 participants. “

“For Moderna, the initial interim analysis will be based on the results of infection of only 53 people. “

“Johnson & Johnson is the only trial that requires the inclusion of severe Covid-19 cases, at least 5 for the 75 participant interim analysis.”



This is considered “oversight?” CDC votes unanimously for approval with admittedly NO SAFETY DATA, ZERO. The public is treated as a lab rat, openly.

CDC Voting on a new vaccine


You try and tell the brainwashed about this and they smear you for bothering to care about public safety and oversight of giant corporations. The mindless throw shit for drug companies as if they were religious saviors. They even like to claim the word “science” while slinging faith-based straw man arguments that don’t address the corruption right in front of their faces.








Why doesn’t the federal government ensure reasonable prices for drugs developed with public funds?


The U.S. invests more than $32 billion each year in drug and biomedical research. This major public investment in drug research empowers the government to make drugs affordable under the Bayh-Dole Act of 1980. But, even when drug companies price critical drugs at staggeringly high prices, the government has never used this authority. Why doesn’t the federal government ensure reasonable prices for drugs developed with public fundsan appropriate return on the public’s investment?