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Scott Gottlieb, M.D.
This is an old database where historical information wasn't easily accessible electronically owing to the system's age. But it's imperative that all safety information be available to the public. We're now prioritizing making ALL of this data available.
For almost two decades, device makers have sent reports of incidents to databases hidden from public view.
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Brian Norris Mar 27
Yes - please do check out - made possibly by open data and and his efforts to open the data. It is easily searchable by researchers and kept free (by me) for several years now!
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Brian Norris Mar 27
Thrilled you find value in the site :)
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Terri Mar 27
Replying to @SGottliebFDA
It is too late for me. I already have dbs by Medtronic’s and all of the damage. The FDA should compensate me for approving it as safe.
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chris hansen Mar 28
Replying to @SGottliebFDA
Why now SCOTT? So much deceit and lies to those you should’ve protected! Why people believe the fda and terrorists like you and the liar-in-chief who appointed you. Wake up world...the FDA puts sprinkles on shit and serves it right to you as a safe option!
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Lu Romje🎬 Mar 28
Replying to @SGottliebFDA
How convenient that the records demonstrating widespread industry fraud & concealment are being released outside of the statute of limitations of most states I'll believe it when I see it
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Lisa Grande Mar 28
Replying to @SGottliebFDA
This is so very important because many decisions have been made in regards to safety for patients. All along the way many physicians have made determinations based on the information available to the FDA and that information was flawed and hidden.. Dump those documents!!
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