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originally posted by: Wisenox
The FDA is allowing years for the submission of safety studies for the vaccine, including studies for our children.
SOTN link and tweet:
Direct link to FDA document (with redactions):
The due dates are not long enough to evaluate epigenetic changes.
The Biopharmaceutical Industry Provides 75% Of The FDA's Drug Review Budget. Is This A Problem?
“FDA Repays Industry by Rushing Risky Drugs to Market”, Chen contends that the agency is beholden to the biopharmaceutical industry which pays three quarters of the FDA’s budget used for the drug review process. This is an astounding number. Is any other federal agency supported to this extent by the industry it regulates? Given this level of support, one might assume that the FDA would bend over backwards to meet the needs of its financial backers.
originally posted by: tanstaafl
So, I wonder how this stacks up against prior drug/jab approvals? Has this ever been done before (allowing the safety studies to be done over a period of years after approval)?