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Maryanne Demasi

Maryanne Demasi is an investigative medical reporter with a PhD in rheumatology, who writes for online media and top tiered medical journals. For over a decade, she produced TV documentaries for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and has worked as a speechwriter and political advisor for the South Australian Science Minister. Her work can be accessed on her website at maryannedemasi.com.

The Declining Standards of FDA Drug Approvals

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Independent experts now say the declining evidentiary standards, shortening approval times, and increasing industry involvement in FDA decision-making, has led to distrust, not only of the agency, but in the safety and effectiveness of medicines, in general.


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The FDA’s Audacious Move to Boost Kids Aged 5-11yrs

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Some members have raised concerns that the drug regulator has repeatedly moved ahead with decisions on booster doses without holding open public discussions and say the agency is relying less and less on its independent experts for advice before approving drugs.


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Is Pfizer’s FDA-approved COMIRNATY Vaccine Available in the US?

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Despite persistent investigation, it is still not clear why FDA-approved COMIRNATY-labelled vials are not being distributed and administered to Americans.  The organizations charged with manufacturing, approving, co-ordinating, and tracking the vaccines seem to be operating in silos.


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