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  1. The FDA stopped inspecting these overseas manufacturers, in some cases they gave them advance warning of inspections. American pharmaceutical communities regularly import drugs manufactured in dirty overseas factories. The pharma corporations decided that inspections and quality control could cut into profits. Years ago they found prescription drugs with wallboard compound used as filler, and since then there is even less regulatory oversight.

    https://www.wired.com/story/8-ways-overseas-drug-manufacturers-dupe-fda/ The corporate media has not given these stories much attention, it is in their interest to keep the facts a secret.

  2. Read her book on Indian generics recently and it scared the crap out of me. I worked as a retail pharmacist for 30 years, but I would rather take my chances than take their drugs.

  3. There are all kinds of bugs on the floor of an Indian ‘drug’ hut full of slave labor.
    But lets keep suing American Pharmaceutical Manufacturing anyway.

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