Looking beyond the spin of Big Pharma PR. But encouraging gossip. Come in and confide, you know you want to! “I’ll publish right or wrong. Fools are my theme, let satire be my song.”
In a Senate floor speech, Sen. Chuck Grassley outlines his extreme displeasure with the extent to which the Food and Drug Administration spied on and captured the emails of agency scientists who were concerned about the safety and effectiveness of certain medical devices. The employees communicated their concerns to Grassley and other members of Congress. The spying scandal is even more extensive than originally known, thanks to a cache of captured emails inadvertently placed online and made available to the public. Grassley continues to seek answers about just who authorized the surveillance and to what extent.