posted on Jun, 10 2022 @ 11:14 AM
While responding to a post just now I stumbled upon an interesting question. Why are the only medications without "prescribing information" on
Pfizer's website their covid-19 related products.
Of the rather long list of medications on Pfizer's website (link below) there are only three without this information:
and "SARS-Cov2 protease inhibitor, intravenous (PF-07304814)".
Why would this be? Could this be to skirt around lawsuits by claiming that "We never recommended, or gave information on, how to prescribe this
medication, so all liability is on the doctor/physician prescribing it."?
Is it because they just don't have the information ready yet?
well, if that were the case, why would the recently FDA authorized CIBINQO (1/2022) already have this information?
I don't know the answer, but it does raise a lot of questions.
link - Pfizer - Our Medications
edit on 10-6-2022 by andr3w68