Medical Devices That Can Kill

Reader’s Digest, September 2010. In 2009, a study by Congress’s Government Accountability Office found that the safety and efficacy of many of the riskiest devices on the market have never been proved. The FDA’s oversight of medical products is broken.

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The Effects of a Controversial Cancer Drug

Washington Post, Letters to the Editor, August 22, 2010. Research shows that breast cancer patients taking Avastin don’t live as long and they have more serious side effects than patients taking placebo. That is why Avastin should not be used for breast cancer, even if it were free.

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