FDA Can't Make Up Its' Mind
Tell me if this isn’t two-faced. A day after recommending against allowing silicone gel breast implants to be sold to the general public, a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel now says that a company called Mentor should be allowed to sell its product on the general market. Although they did say that there would be a number of conditions to be met. Sounds like the Food and Drug Administration is picking favorites. Sometimes I wonder if there are truly conspiracies when things like this happen. Or perhaps the new company had done more research than the previous.