Archive for December, 2011

PDUFA and its corrupting influence on the FDA. From Consumer Union.

  FDA Should Put Hold on User-Fee Deal with Pharmaceutical Industry until Specific Safety Goals Included, Consumers Union Says  CU testifies at Friday public hearing on PDUFA IV proposal  (Washington, DC) – The FDA should put a hold on its proposed user-fee deal with the pharmaceutical industry until specific safety benchmarks are included, such as [...]

Quinolone Vigilance Foundation –

Many individuals injured by fluoroquinolones have dedicated themselves to raising awareness and advocacy on this issue through the Quinolone Vigilance Foundation. People volunteer their time because they know that this is a cause that is very important. I have been on many group conference calls with members of QVF and they are very committed, selfless, and  passionate about this cause. If [...]

Levaquin given for acne. The People’s Pharmacy

Very sad story posted on the People’s Pharmacy. Levaquin given for acne. It doesn’t get much worse than this.

Occupy New Brunswick New Jersey

Below are a few links regarding the most populated cities in New Jersey and the “Occupy“ movements for each city within the state. New Brunswick, New Jersey is the company headquarters for Johnson & Johnson.  I posted my previous blog post on many of the Occupy movement sites on Facebook for each city in New Jersey. In terms of advocacy, it would [...]

Occupy Wall Street – Johnson & Johnson

Occupy Wall Street - A story and request concerning an appalling level of greed by Johnson & Johnson executives.  I write this story to the Occupy Wall Street movement hoping to raise awareness of a terrible situation. Johnson & Johnson is aware that many people have suffered devastating long term injuries from their antibiotic Levaquin. I have been suffering every day for over six years [...]

Fluoroquinolone Wall of Pain.

For those that have suffered adverse reactions to Levaquin, Cipro, Avelox, or Floxin please submit your story to the Fluoroquinolone Wall of Pain.

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