Association of American Surgeons & Physicians sues FDA for interfering with availability of hydroxychloroquine

Posted by freedomforall 10 months, 1 week ago to Politics
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“Through a biased, unlawful process described in greater detail below,” the suit states, “FDA officials from prior administrations acted contrary to the wishes of President Donald Trump, by arbitrarily limiting use of HCQ from the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) to prescribe to adolescent and adult patients hospitalized with COVID-19, as appropriate, when a clinical trial is not available or feasible.”

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Rick Bright, “a Barack Obama-appointed official who is outspokenly critical of President Trump,” according to the lawsuit, has “personally opposed making HCQ widely available to the public from the federal SNS.” The lawsuit adds that Bright has further “distorted the agency process to arbitrarily and unjustifiably limit access by patients to HCQ received as donations by the federal government for the purpose of making it available promptly to the public.”

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