New Report by (proper noun) Accuses FDA of (adjective) Oversight
Today (adjective) Citizens for (adjective) Health, a not-for-profit organization, released a (adjective) meta-analysis that (adverb) concludes the FDA, â€œis in the (noun) of (adjective) Pharma.â€
â€œOur research of (number) concerned (plural noun) points (adverb) to an agency that has once again (verb past tense) the American public. Itâ€™s a (adjective) indication that the FDA places (noun) over (noun) and cannot be trusted to (verb) or (verb) â€“ and certainly not (verb) in the public interest,â€ said the authorâ€™s report Dr. Sidney (type of animal).
â€œI find this new report both (adjective) and (adjective) â€“ but (adverb) not (adjective),â€ commented Representative Henry (proper name).â€ â€œAnd I intend to hold televised (plural noun) on the matter.â€
â€œThis is just another (adjective) example of the FDAâ€™s lack of (adjective) (noun), added Dr. Steven (name of automobile company). If I were the FDA Commissioner this (adjective) circumstance would never have occurred.â€
In an embargoed editorial, the New (place name) Journal of Medicine opined that the (adjective) problem â€œis caused by the Prescription (noun) User-Fee Act and made even (adjective) by the agencyâ€™s continued (verb) of direct to (noun) advertising.â€ The editorial also points to the need for (adjective) importation of prescription (plural noun) from (name of country).
Supporting this notion, the AAR(letter) added that (adverb) high (plural noun) for drugs are a result of the (type of shrub) Administration's (adjective) program known as Part (letter) and supports (adjective) government (verb).
The FDA had (adjective) comment.