FDA Policies Keep People Sick and Create a False Sense of Security
Larry Van Heerden
The health-care market has failed to produce high-quality, low-cost medicine for two reasons: consumers are insulated from the cost of medical care by third-party payers, and information on the performance of competing physicians is not available.
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