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Here is why Pfizer asked for 50+ years to release vaccine study data...

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U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman in Fort Worth ordered the FDA to significantly increase the output of the data release.

“The Court concludes that this FOIA request is of paramount public importance,” Pittman – who was appointed to the bench by former President Donald Trump in 2019 — declared.

In his four-page order, Pittman quoted a statement that James Madison wrote in a letter to W.T. Barry in 1822, “A popular Government, without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy; or, perhaps, both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance: And a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.”

Pittman also cited a 1962 quote from former President John F. Kennedy, “A nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.”

Pittman ordered the FDA to produce 55,000 pages every 30 days
, “with the first production being due on or before March 1, 2022, until production is complete.” This forces the FDA to release all of the Pfizer vaccine data by the end of the summer instead of by 2097.
 

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From the article
We are left with publications but no access to the underlying data on reasonable request. This is worrying for trial participants, researchers, clinicians, journal editors, policy makers, and the public. The journals that have published these primary studies may argue that they faced an awkward dilemma, caught between making the summary findings available quickly and upholding the best ethical values that support timely access to underlying data. In our view, there is no dilemma; the anonymised individual participant data from clinical trials must be made available for independent scrutiny.
 

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the anonymised individual participant data from clinical trials must be made available for independent scrutiny.
How is refusing to disclose the raw data of clinical studies even legal ?

Blows the mind of reasonable people.
 

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How is refusing to disclose the raw data of clinical studies even legal ?

Blows the mind of reasonable people.
Frankly, I don’t know. I guess some might call it a ‘plague of corruption’. I see no other viable explanation
 
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Other than videos from sources Liberals won’t trust, what official links may we share to possibly give pause for thought to those under the psychosis spell?
 

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Days prior to today’s scheduled release of a tranche of documents related to the Pfizer COVID vaccine, the pharmaceutical company asked a federal court to let it intervene before any information is released.
 

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How is refusing to disclose the raw data of clinical studies even legal ?

Blows the mind of reasonable people.

IANAL, but technically, the clinical trial is private property. Whoever paid for it, in this case Pfizer, owns the data and everything associated with it. In some extreme cases, even individual participants in the trial can be gagged and prevented from speaking about the trial if the company so desires and a judge agrees. So, the common excuse for delaying/blocking data release is "proprietary information", which, if disclosed too fast to the company's (in this case Pfizer) liking, it may reveal "proprietary" tools, processes, technology, know-how, etc that may harm the company "irreparably". Obviously, 99% of the time these claims are complete lies but it is a valid legal loophole, and is commonly used by pharma companies. That's what the role of the judge is - to review such claims and if they are bogus, not only order the release of data immediately, but hopefully even rule against the pharma company "with prejudice" so that the company cannot throw any more hurdles into the process through appeals, asking for recusals, etc.
As an example - 9 out of 10 clinical trials for new drugs fail. Virtually all of those failed clinical trials and their data never see the light of day. They simply get buried, as the company is under no obligation to reveal the (again, proprietary) data/results. The data/results are only revealed to the FDA if the company thinks the trial was a success and is applying for a "new drug" approval. Even then the data/results stay more of less secret, with only the FDA, the company whose drug was tested, and the judicial system having access to it. Check it out if you want - in the vast majority of the cases there is no publicly available clinical trial data for any of the drugs currently approved and on the market, and even less so for drugs that failed and never made it to market.
 
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I can't figure out why it hasn't been pulled off the market. I know there are nefarious actors but surely there are hundreds of people for whom it is their responsibility to report this and start proceedings to have it recalled. I am just aghast that there appear to be no checks and balances in place. There have been many disastrous drugs in the past that were taken off the market. Why is no one doing anything about this? The fate of the world is in peril. It is the thing that keeps me up at night lately, thinking about how 70 percent of the population now is injured or weakened. I am pretty convinced that the government will do anything they can to avoid culpability. What we need now is a way for the government to stop the campaign but still somehow save face. It is sickening but I don't think they will ever admit fault.
Lol

Lack of people to produce the documentation.
I've heard it all now. With all the h1b visa workings fighting each other for jobs there's no lack of workers
 

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IANAL, but technically, the clinical trial is private property. Whoever paid for it, in this case Pfizer, owns the data and everything associated with it. In some extreme cases, even individual participants in the trial can be gagged and prevented from speaking about the trial if the company so desires and a judge agrees. So, the common excuse for delaying/blocking data release is "proprietary information", which, if disclosed too fast to the company's (in this case Pfizer) liking, it may reveal "proprietary" tools, processes, technology, know-how, etc that may harm the company "irreparably". Obviously, 99% of the time these claims are complete lies but it is a valid legal loophole, and is commonly used by pharma companies. That's what the role of the judge is - to review such claims and if they are bogus, not only order the release of data immediately, but hopefully even rule against the pharma company "with prejudice" so that the company cannot throw any more hurdles into the process through appeals, asking for recusals, etc.
As an example - 9 out of 10 clinical trials for new drugs fail. Virtually all of those failed clinical trials and their data never see the light of day. They simply get buried, as the company is under no obligation to reveal the (again, proprietary) data/results. The data/results are only revealed to the FDA if the company thinks the trial was a success and is applying for a "new drug" approval. Even then the data/results stay more of less secret, with only the FDA, the company whose drug was tested, and the judicial system having access to it. Check it out if you want - in the vast majority of the cases there is no publicly available clinical trial data for any of the drugs currently approved and on the market, and even less so for drugs that failed and never made it to market.

Wow.

That's they key to breaking the medical monopoly right there.

The only protection against such legal loopholes and the fraud it enables would be to start reimboursing drugs based on the results in the population instead of the ones from clinical tials.

Let's pay drugs on the basis of results; each year a cancer patients survives gets x amount of money. If the drug is worthless and the cancer patients quickly dies, the pharma firm gets almost nothing.

Idem for heart attacks, etc.
 

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From 2017:

Most clinical trials are offshored & guidelines set by institutional review boards that are private, for-profit contractors.

I was looking for a source on the offshoring of clinical trial data, but that’s silly since in fact most medical info is offshore by virtue of being stored “in the cloud.”

John Ionnides is quoted in this article.

 

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How exactly do those documents look like? What exactly are they even producing, just compiling raw data and notes that were taken during the trials? They will probably be heavily edited anyway?
 
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How exactly do those documents look like? What exactly are they even producing, just compiling raw data and notes that were taken during the trials? They will probably be heavily edited anyway?
Will probably be filled with thousands of ways to describe or say "coughing" and then again in capital letters
 

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I'm wondering what effect the 1p36 gene deletion by the pfizer jab is having on adults? Just wondering if it's preventing critical thinking
 

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