Do you realize how ridiculous that statement is? Would you prefer a non-profit society? That's called socialism or the more extreme communisim, is that whay you want? We could be the Soviet Union 20 years ago, would that be better in your imaginary world? Or would you prefer a free market economy with checks and balances? If there is something unethical or illegal happening, all someone has to do is prove it and make a challenge. That never seems to happen though, wonder why that is?
So you are alleging that all statin trials have been falsified? My eyes are INVOLVED IN THESE TRIALS. Yours are involved in reading the headlines on the Internet. Your argument is so ludicrous it's not worth talking about.
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You are all over the place. You should just stick to dissecting coffee bean extract research that is limited to 16 people which is what you based this whole thread on, remember? You just do not have a grasp on the process of trials and studies and want to cling to conspiracy theories, old, old mantra.
Again, to anyone else that may be watching, I am the type of research annalist the Feds hire to validate the data collected. I'm not educated on the Internet, I know the processes and how things work from the inside working in the industry. It is INCREDILBY easy to catch bad data, falsified numbers and overstated results. It just does not happen with any kind of regularity, it is extremely, extremely rare. The reason is simple, there are in some cases billions of dollars of R&D money as well as careers on the line. I don't care how many little sayings people post to illustrate their point, it doesn't happen on the mega trials and all these side conspiracies are just a bunch of hot air.
Nobody puts billions and billions of research dollars at risk by falsifying trial results, that's just common sense Bobby.
Again, to anyone else reading this thread, I am the kind of guy the FDA pays to review and validate data. It is very, very easy to find discrepancies, no drug company is going to risk their research and development money on something as tightly regulated and reviewed as a major drug trial. What some people don't understand is the amount of up front money that would be lost if these trials were deemed invalid because of falsified data, it just does not happen. Where drug companies get themselves in trouble is pushing unapproved off label uses and marketing transgressions, both of which are unacceptable, but not in publishing bad trial data.