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May 15, 2009


Andrew J. Barovick

Very funny, very well said, and I share your point of view. It is one thing to be prevented from suing the manufacturer of a medical device as a result of FDA preemption. But when you know that the FDA's trials are so poorly done, thereby virtually guaranteeing that many "approved" devices are ticking time bombs, preemption seems particularly outrageous. That is something that the conservative think tanks have avoided talking about, and understandably so. It is indefensible.

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