Apr 26 • 31M

Ep. 48 - Is the FDA too lenient or too strict? One person says both

Ron and Matthew discuss lawsuits against the FDA and how long COVID could affect the economy

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Matthew Handley
Ron Howrigon
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The federal government is appealing the TMA 2 case. What does that mean for TMA 3 and TMA 4? Then, Matthew and Ron discuss the current lawsuits against the FDA and why some politicos want it both ways. Plus, the federal government has spent nearly $1 billion researching long COVID; some say that’s too much with little result. And vaccines don’t cause autism, but do they cause tinnitus?


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Articles mentioned in this program:

FDA About to Make Drug Approvals More Difficult - David Williams via RealClear Policy

The NIH has poured $1 billion into long Covid research — with little to show for it - STAT News

Tinnitus not tied to COVID-19 shots, CDC says - Becker’s Clinical Leadership and Infection Control

Possible links between Covid shots and tinnitus emerge - NBC News