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August 21, 2008


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Supremacy Claus

There is a third method. The internet.

Publish all data, including the prescription counts from Verispan and similar services. All US residents have access to the internet. All have a duty to Google prior to a decision about a treatment. They may also read the remarks of disgruntled patients in chat rooms.

I would ban both the FDA and torts courts. Both are unseemly, incompetent economy killers. They are utterly in failure in their self-stated goals. They do generate a bunch of paper shuffling, and promote the rent seeking of lawyers.

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