posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 03:47 PM
Questions for the law experts here:
If someone is harmed, or has been harmed, by taking a drug which wasn't FDA approved, yet prescribed and highly recomended by ones physician, why
can't said physician be sued?
A problem I see just as big as the corruption running rampant throughout the FDA, is the fact physicians aren't held responsible for giving harmful
medicine to their patients, when their number one concern should be the health of their patients. When you go to the doctor, you're paying for a
service, one that costs quite a bit of dough. You're paying for a so-called "expert" to use his education and experience to help/fix whatever
problem you may have. If the advice you payed for turns out not to be "expert level" advice, and you are harmed due to carelessness, why can't we