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Monopoly in Medicine

So-Called “Evidence-Based Medicine” is Managed Care Masquerading as Science
NIH and FDA Conference to Examine Dietary Supplements and Need for Clinical Guidelines
Competition Is Needed in Health Care, FTC/DOJ Study Says: A recent report by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) calls for greater competition in the U.S. health-care system.
Too Many Health-Care Rules and Regulations? It's Time to Shrink the Pie
Health Expenditures Consume Ever-Growing Share of Federal Budget - Continued growth in federal spending on health care will most definitely crowd out funding for defense and national security priorities.
Do Americans Still Value Freedom? - Polls suggest that Americans still love liberty but with curious contradictions.
Risky Medicine for the Internet - The FDA exercises strict censorship over everything manufacturers can say about their products. If FDA doesn't approve it, it is a crime to say it . . . We can only imagine the new ways FDA will devise to limit online speech and control e-commerce.
"Unionversal" Health Care For All? - In the coming months, watch out for the buzzwords "universal" and "right to health care." This rhetoric might sound good. But mandatory universal coverage could strip Americans of their freedom to buy the health services they prefer.
Why Did U.S. FDA Approve Sale of Prison Blood? . . . And Why Did Canada Buy It? - Was the FDA negligent for licensing the sale of high-risk prison blood to Canada? That question will most likely be answered by a forthcoming class-action lawsuit.
Why Haven't Government Officials Notified Individuals Who Received Tainted Blood? - What do you think the FDA would do if alternative providers or vitamin manufacturers unknowingly sold a product that infected hundreds of thousands of Americans with a deadly disease?
The Battle with the FDA For Patients' Rights: Will it Ever End? - The FDA exercises extraordinary power in life-and-death decisions for terminally ill patients, though many believe such decisions belong solely in the hands of individuals--not a federal regulatory agency.
Tobacco Deal is Not About Reducing Teen Smoking - Most politicians seem more interested in raising "new" money by passing new tobacco laws, rather than stopping teenage smoking by enforcing existing laws.
Patient Access to Alternative Treatments: Beyond the FDA: Testimony from congressional hearings on access to alternative medical treatments.
Government v. The Terminally Ill
Fighting Cancer--and the FDA
Are Americans free to choose their own medical treatments? No, not according to current FDA regulations. Find out how the FDA is Keeping Medication from Cancer Patients
The Medical Monopoly: Your Tax Dollars Limit the Competition

Ever wonder how the medical monopoly formed in the United States? Find out by reading The Medical Monopoly: Protecting Consumers or Limiting Competition? pdf format or html version

 
 
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