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The pharmaceutical industry wants to continue to hide data showing harm from their products and is fighting to prevent full-disclosure of ALL data from ALL studies.
Keywords: data, healthIT, health, IT, corruption, fraud, safety, FDA
Date Created/Edited: 2013, August 6
This article is in response to The Guardian: Big pharma mobilising patients in battle over drugs trials data.
Please help stop pharma from hiding data by signing petition started by Dr. David Healy. Richard Gonzalez of AbbVie, and Daniel Welch of InterMune: Drop your legal action blocking access to EMA clinical trial data If we don't work together, we cannot encourage change. Thank you very much, in advance, for your signature. Emily Patterson...
The pharmaceutical industry wants to continue hiding data showing harm from their products and is fighting to prevent full-disclosure of ALL data from ALL studies. Johnson & Johnson has repeatedly proven that allowing the pharmaceutical industry, ANY industry for that matter, to continue hiding data showing harm from the use of their products is not in the best interest of consumer safety.
The pharmaceutical industry claims that they are concerned about 'selective use of data', which is totally understandable. They have been in the practice of selective use of data for decades. I mean, heaven forbid if the data that metal on metal hips were were prone to early failure and caused toxic metal blood poisoning had been made available before they were able to dump more than 100,000 of these hips in people, the metal on metal hips would not likely have been approved, reducing harm to around 100,000 people who now have the hips in their bodies which would have reduced the cash cow factor. The horrible fact that they knew these hips were defective but chose to withhold the information from the Food and Drug Administration as well as doctors and consumers is more than crimininal, it shows absolutely no concern for the health of the patients that trusted a Johnson & Johnson product. Johnson & Johnson intentionally withheld the negative data causing over 100,000 people, and their families, lifelong physical and emotional harm.
We can go on with Levaquin and risk of spontaneous tendon fracture and connective tissue degeneration from only one course of the drug, Risperdal and breast development on boys and diabetes, Pelvic Mesh with deterioration requiring multiple surgeries to remove, insulin pumps with known defective pumps that were sold anyway leading to a death and more. Literally hundreds of thousands of people harmed because of negative safety results being withheld from the Food and Drug Administration, doctors and patients.
Yeah, the pharmaceutical industry has a lot to lose from forced disclosure of ALL data. Billions in proceeds from known harmful products and the loss of hundreds of thousands of new customers who are permanently disabled from the use of known harmful products.
Maybe there should be a patient group of the hundreds of thousands of people around the world who have been harmed by Johnson & Johnson products? Hm ;o)
1. David Healy (2013, August 25). Richard Gonzalez of AbbVie, and Daniel Welch of InterMune: Drop your legal action blocking access to EMA clinical trial data Change.org. Retrieved from https://www.change.org/petitions/richard-gonzalez-of-abbvie-and-daniel-welch-of-intermune-drop-your-legal-action-blocking-access-to-ema-clinical-trial-data
2. Emily Patterson (2013, June 24). Johnson & Johnson $4 Billion for DePuy Hip Harm in U.S., With Lawsuits in at Least 4 More Countries Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/hip_lawsuits.shtml
3. Emily Patterson (2013, April 29). How Johnson & Johnson Profits From Harmful Products, Bad Drugs and Faulty Devices Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/profit_from_harm.shtml
4. Emily Patterson (2012, October 1). Johnson & Johnson Levaquin Victim Permanently Disabled John Fratti Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/levaquin_john_fratti.shtml
5. Emily Patterson (2012, April 13). Johnson & Johnson Risperdal: Broken Laws and Side Effects Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/risperdal.shtml
6. Linda A. Johnson (2012, January 12). Johnson & Johnson Under Scrutiny By FDA For Delay In Reporting Insulin Pump Problems Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/12/johnson-johnson-insulin-pump-fda-problems_n_1201641.html