Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, February 14th, 2000
Michael Gough and Steven Milloy argue that Public Law 105-277, known as the Shelby Amendment and enacted by Congress in October 1998, is the best way to ensure that regulatory law is based upon sound science.
The authors wrote that federally funded research has frequently been tainted by poor methodology, dubious analysis, faulty data, politicized conclusions, and even borderline cases of fraud. The law, which has been under attack, guarantees, through the provisions of the Freedom of...
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