Plan B Public Health Infrastructure and Operations Oversight Reform for America
Keywords:corporatism, health infrastructure, industry/government partnerships, regulatory oversight and collusion
It’s not the public that needs more monitoring and oversight: it is the US regulatory agency of public health network and the pharmaceutical companies that run them. In this paper, I provide a blueprint for a bona fide public health infrastructure based on independence of freedom from corporatism.
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