How it is Incredibly Difficult to Learn About Ineffective Chemotherapy Drugs

Executive Summary

  • In addition to many cancer drugs not working, there is a notable lack of coverage of this topic.
  • This article investigates this coverage issue.


In the article How the FDA Constantly Performs Ineffective FDA Oncology Approvals to Score Points with Big Pharma, we cover how the FDA routinely approves cancer drugs that do not work. However, the sad fact is that this topic is very little covered. This article will demonstrate how difficult it is to find this information.

Searching for Ineffective Chemotherapy Drugs

Doing a search for ineffective chemotherapy drugs online is a curious experience.

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