Challenge Goverment Scientific Reports
In science, there is a set process to verify the accuracy of tests. The process includes peer review, and blind tests, and re-dos. From Scientific American comes an article on government over-regulation. SEARCH FOR THE "DATA QUALITY ACT" OR CHECK OUT WWW.SCIAM.COM AND LOOK FOR THE ARTICLE "A REGULATION ON REGULATIONS" From the streets: "GOVERNMENT REGULATION BASED ON INCORRECT DATA, SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED UNTIL THE DATA CAN BE VERIFIED. I WANT TO SEE THE DATA THAT SAYS GLAUCOMA PATIENTS DON'T BENEFIT" In fact, there is none. In science, it is hard and usually impossible to prove that something is NOT possible. Until something is proven, it is a theory. The FDA has a theory, one that should be easy to defeat. Here's hoping California takes the FDA to the Supreme Court. They have a right to petition the court under the Data Quality Act. California has a lot of regulations that other states do not have, so they might not do anything if their own regulations are based on incorrect data. Until then I thank God that I can drink my rheumatism medicine. The law made it illegal before I was born, but luckily I am no longer a target. Let's remember everyone who is still fighting out their for their medicine...