Dr. Trey Sunderland, chief of the geriatric psychiatry branch of the National Institute for Mental Health, sent Pfizer, the world's largest drug company, 3,200 tubes of spinal fluid and 388 tubes of plasma collected for Alzheimer's research.
The tissue transfers were reported in a House Energy and Commerce Committee report, and were first reported by a government whistleblower. The findings have raised serious concerns about the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) ability to track valuable tissue samples and ensure top-level scientists do not abuse their positions.
A Pfizer spokesperson said the company had a transfer agreement endorsed by the NIH that allowed
Don't you just love how Pfizer, the largest drug company on the planet, steals millions of dollars from the
It's not like they are a struggling company, as they are part of the most profitable industry on the planet. Last year alone they sold $10 billion of their nearly worthless drug Lipitor.
Fraud, deception and rampant conflict of interest at one of the most prestigious scientific research institutions in the
This occurrence involves just one individual, but previous ones have involved hundreds of scientists working for the NIH accepting cash prizes from universities that depend on that same governmental agency for research funding.
Add this to the evil marketing geniuses employed by the multi-national drug corporations that:
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