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By 2006 the White House became aware of an inefficiency. NIAID’s budget went to sponsor basic research at university and commercial labs, but the agency didn’t move its ideas out of the lab, into trials, and through the FDA approval process. The Pentagon’s program also “never got enough money to be a pharmaceutical company,” says Robert Kadlec. A consultant and public health physician who held several high-level posts in biodefense in the George W. Bush administration, Kadlec says the Pentagon had “enough for research and development, but not for licensure.”
“For things like Ebola, there is no clear buyer other than the government,” says Thomas Inglesby, the director of the Center for Health Security at the University of Pittsburgh Medical
I think that the vaccine conspiracy theory has legs. Big pharma is sitting there with the vaccine almost ready to go and suddenly the entire planet is worried about an outbreak
It wouldn't be the first time they did something like this to make money
Texas-based biotechnology company claimed it was ready to fast-track the drug . The company, which says it operates the largest tobacco-based pharmaceutical facility in the world,
originally posted by: judydawg
a reply to: TruthxIsxInxThexMist
I agree and I think their are more than we know.
One of the first doctors that flew over, on the news this morning said he was back in the hospital, CNN I think.
You know Ebola guys whole family has Ebola now and where are they? I also think he had it on the plane coming over. Close those areas in Africa right now and bring our 4000 troops home.
I am at the age when all my lifelong friends from small town south of Atlanta are old, tried and have many health problems.I sure want them to leave this earth in the normal way not from Ebola. Do you know how many times our parents are in hospitals and doctor offices? Makes me sick.