Senate Joins Probe Into The J&J Recall Scandal Make a commentBy Ed Silverman // May 25th, 2010 // 12:03 pm Just two days before the House holds a hearing into the unusually large number of products recalled by Johnson & Johnson, the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee wrote the FDA in search [...]
Archive for May, 2010
Comment by Owen Zhao, Cipro victim. – Short and Poignant. I think even wild animals, such as deers, tigers, birds, are much luckier than us. They can run, jump, fly, having normal lives. They have no bad docs and nasty drugs to disable them.
New Study Suggests the Cipro Antibiotic May Be Behind Drug-Resistant Bacteria February 25, 2010. By LAS Newswire Boston, MA: A new study released by researchers at Boston University finds that medications like the Cipro antibiotic may be responsible for the rapid development of bacterial infections into so-called superbugs. The new study, which appears in the [...]
J&J Sales Reps Must Ride With Compliance Police 2 Comments By Ed Silverman // May 5th, 2010 // 8:27 am This is the sort of supervision that sales reps just can’t stand. As part of the $81 million settlement that two Johnson & Johnson units paid to resolve criminal and civil lawsuits over illegally promoting [...]
Johnson & Johnson Plant Failed to Block Contamination of Children’s Drugs By Molly Peterson and Meg Tirrell – May 05, 2010 Email Share Business Exchange Twitter Delicious Digg Facebook LinkedIn Newsvine Propeller Yahoo! Buzz Print Johnson & Johnson may have used bacteria-tainted materials in making more than 40 types of children’s pain and allergy medicines [...]
Here is a new Facebook site from my friend Jeff who had a terrible adverse reaction to Cipro. Jeff is making an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of taking Cipro. Hopefully Jeff can make it out of the acute stage of his reaction and into a more tolerable level of existance. Keep raising awareness and [...]