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We have regulations in the pharmaceutical and device industry to ensure that medical products are safe and effective. The principles used are embodied in “regulatory science,” which is a complicated discipline and represents the interface between companies, research organizations, universities, our US FDA, and you, the medical consumer.
In this issue of The McCullough Report, we have a brief word from Mr. Anmol Ambani, who reports on the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH) in India, where they have crushed the COVID-19 curve with early treatment. This is followed by Anthony Kyriakopoulos, MD, Ph.D., from Greece, who will tell us what mRNA is and where it goes in our bodies, and then what it does in our cells and tissues. Do these products fulfill the minimum standard of primum no nocere? This is followed by Ms. Stacey McIntosh, who is a regulatory expert and will help us understand regulatory science as it applies to COVID-19 vaccines. Finally, we finish up with Mr. Steve Kirsch, who returns to The McCullough Report for another segment driving hard now on regulatory malfeasance. So get locked and loaded with this packed edition of The McCullough Report.
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