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IS IT APPROVED BY THE FDA? Take a Look at The Number of Times Pfizer Has Been Sued

Why would anyone put their faith in Pfizer?

This is the company that has been fined the highest criminal settlement in medical history for both criminal and civil fraud claims.

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My sister just received a class action notification advising her of a planned lawsuit against Pfizer for a regulatory issue with the sale of Epi-Pen and Epi-Pen Jr products.

Pfizer is now suggesting that you should trust them with the rollout of these experimental ‘vaccines,’ and people who are naive to corporate misconduct see no problem with doing so.

The figures in this study, in my opinion, portray a very persuasive image of Pfizer as a corporation on the rise.

The following is an excerpt from an older ABC News report:

The United States Department of Justice stated Wednesday that pharmaceutical giant Pfizer must pay $2.3 billion to resolve criminal and civil claims that the corporation improperly promoted usage of four of its medications, including the painkiller Bextra.

Geodon, an antipsychotic, Zyvox, an antibiotic, and Lyrica, an anti-epileptic medicine, were among the drugs. Doctors can administer pharmaceuticals off-label for any reason once they’ve been approved by the FDA, but manufacturers can’t sell them for anything other than the allowed uses.

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) agreed to pay $3 billion in criminal and civil penalties in 2012 for illegally promoting medications including Paxil and Wellbutrin for purposes that were not recognized by the FDA. Pfizer, on the other hand, still maintains the record for the highest criminal fine in history.

The FDA approves medications for specified uses identified on a company’s application under the requirements of the 1938 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. A company’s marketing of its pharmaceuticals must be limited to the FDA-approved usage when the FDA approves the product as safe and effective for that purpose. Off-label applications are those that are not approved by the FDA, and the FDA deems them to be dangerous.

Source
Www.drugwatch.com Www.nationalgeographic.com www.welovetrump.com

Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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