Condensing the legal nightmare for judicial review.
You continue to outdo yourself!
Another "Save to Disk," folks.
Brilliant- exhaustive and clarifying !
We are the ones getting hurt and paying for it.
Amazing. Thorough. Just wow...
If Fauci could put all our heads in cages with flies that would kill us he would but he can't so he uses phamaceuticide instead. What's the difference between Jeffrey Dahmer, who tortured animals as do most serial killers before they move on to torturing, and killing people, and Fauci? Quantity, and Fauci isn't a cannibal, as far as we know, but like John Wayne Gacy he may have bodies buried in a crawl space in his home.
So, basically our government is protecting us all to death through the power of using written words.
So goes the power of intelligence in the hands of men.
I can’t wait to pay more taxes
at first i thought this was the pfizer adverse events list
Thanks Katherine. It's pretty overwhelming. Per the white-collar murderers at the Department of Health and Human Services list, I see a few rules whereby informed consent goes into revisions for how to determine when informed consent is not feasible, followed by how to determine informed consent is not feasible or [is feasible but] is contrary to the best interests of the recipients. Hmm?
I guess I will try to sample the language... putting on my wading boots... googling HHS Interim Final Rule - Human Drugs and Biologics; Determination That Informed Consent Is NOT Feasible or Is Contrary to the Best Interests of Recipients; Revocation of 1990 Interim Final Rule; Establishment of New Interim Final Rule (1999).
"A. Description of New Interim Rule
As described earlier, under 10 U.S.C. 1107(f), the President may waive the prior consent requirement for the administration of an investigational new drug to a member of the armed forces in connection with the member's participation in a particular military operation. The [Defense Authorization] statute specifies that only the President may waive informed consent and that the President may grant such a waiver only if the President determines in writing that obtaining consent: Is not feasible, is contrary to the best interests of the military member, or is not in the interests of national security."
Oh. Hey where did that national security exception come from? "The [Defense Authorization] statute is silent about the standards and criteria that the President is to apply in making a determination that obtaining consent is not in the interests of national security." Okay, none of the FDA's business then.
But for infeasibility or for best interests, the rest of it goes into why the olden-days review board didn't work to prevent errors during the Gulf War, and how a new review board instituted by the FDA in this rule, along with many finely wrought hoops for SecDef to jump through, will protect the troops. Because if we have learned NOTHING else during this time of Covid Pandemic, the DoD wants to protect the troops. I think I will head back to shore now.
Your mind Katherine is brilliant and your pictures at the end are beautiful. Maybe I missed it .. may I ask what your background is in?
Maybe we can deduct our Covid expenses ?
All I wanted was a Pepsi. lol
Okay, I think I have read through a few too many of these articles at one sitting and getting a little loopy. But that "Pharmaceuticidal Tendencies" is definitely going onto my ever lengthening list of new words and phrases. It's genius !! It also reminds me of an old song called "Institutionalized" by the band Suicidal Tendencies. Is Kathering a hard rocker ?? Had to ask.
Amazing work, as always! Thank you.