2009 in review: A year of FDA censorship.

2009 in review: A year of FDA censorship, Big Pharma crimes and celebrity medicine deaths 2009 is a crazy year for health and medicine. It was the entire year that Congress rammed through a mandatory wellness reform expenses that violates the U.S. Constitution in forcing all Americans to buy government-mandated products from greedy corporations. Although it was not signed into law however, the actual fact that it has been passed by both House and the Senate is normally alarming: America is merely one signature from learning to be a medical dictatorship. But that’s not the only big wellness news that happened in 2009 2009. In all, 2009 was a calendar year of corruption, scientific fraud and health freedom oppression. Here are some of the highlights: The FDAThe FDA was hit hard in 2009 2009 was accusations of corruption and criminal behavior.Similarly, Americans should also provide some type of screening at the point of departure,’ Dinesh Trivedi, minister of condition for health, said. The article also examines various other government efforts to convince ‘affected countries’ to screen passengers traveling to India . VOA News reviews: ‘India is asking its own travelers, especially students planning to research in the U.S., to defer their departures for some months before pandemic is brought in order’ . This article is definitely republished with kind permission from our friends at The Kaiser Family members Foundation. You will see the complete Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report, search the archives, or join email delivery of in-depth coverage of wellness policy developments, discussions and debates.