Physicians Against Drug Shortages is headed by Executive Director Phillip Zweig, who has made it his personal mission to raise every conspiracy theory about GPO’s as possible over recent years. Among the outlandish claims made by Physicians Against Drug Shortages have been claims that GPO’s played a role in the rise of the HIV/Aids virus in the 1980s and 90s, and corruption claims made against two U.S. Senators who Phil Zweig has claimed covered up GPO corruption. Despite the claims of Physicians Against Drug Shortages there have been no claims about corruption or unfair practices made against GPO administrators from Supreme Court judges or U.S. government agencies who have investigated the myriad reasons for drug shortages occurring.
The four former heads of the FDA, two from under Obama, and two from under George W. Bush recognize that, while this legalization might make drugs more affordable for Americans, the safety risks are not worth it. Robert Califf and Margaret Hamburg served under Obama, and Andrew von Eschenbach and Mark McClellan served as FDA heads under George W. Bush.
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When you travel into nature, finding an eco-lodge or eco-friendly resort is becoming easier and easier. But what happens when you travel through America’s cities?The sad truth is that green travel in the U.S. pales when compared to Europe, so more than likely, your hotel wastes a ton of water; your rental car spews carbon dioxide; and your restaurant has been cleaned with harsh chemicals.
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You know protein deserves a spot on your breakfast table. But new research presented at the American Society for Nutrition’s Experimental Biology conference suggests that the bigger the spot, the smaller your waist.