“The Best Governance for Medicine … is in Thailand”

“In the US, we will not have a chance of meaningfully improving our health care system until we start listening to unbiased health care professionals and academics (in particular, who have not been paid off by vested interests), civil society organizations, and people and patients at large, and stop getting all our insight from corporate executives, their cronies, and their paid experts. We will not have a chance until we allow discussion of all the problems, including bad leadership and governance, dishonest and deceptive practices, conflicts of interests, and outright crime and corruption. We will not have a chance until we put our priority on patients’ and the public’s health, not the vested interests of those who have gotten rich off the current dysfunctional system. “
Health Care Renewal-Thursday, May 23, 2013

“Johnson & Johnson Is Reinventing The Party Drug Ketamine To Treat Depression”-Thursday, May 23, 2013

“Why the U needs research subjects, according to the General Counsel”
Fear and Loathing in Bioethics-Thursday, May 23, 2013
“Because that’s where the money is. ‘We have to ensure that research subjects trust us,’ Rotenberg says. ‘We can’t have funding if we don’t have research subjects.'”
“Read the article in the Twin Cities Daily Planet and consider signing this petition.”

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