|> the actual fact that the FDA issued a CRL means they did not meet FDA standards|
My intent is not to get in a pissing match with you, but let's think about that. Do you think that anytime a person is not given a job, a raise, a college admission, a job as a fireman, policeman.... I could go on and on and on and told they didn't meet the standards that it is indeed true? Tell that to minorities in the past who met standards. Tell that to whites in current times due to affirmative action. Tell that to women who applied to jobs traditionally held by men. Seriously? I'm trying hard right now to think of any job, approval, etc., that does not rely on the approvers to be unbiased.
Also, I thought you previously said that the FDA gets it right 99% of the time. Maybe you missed my previous post regarding their biggest blunders. You are correct, those were approvals and as I pointed out, all but 1 was big Pharma. Maybe you can enlighten us all and tell us why the FDA is more likely to make a mistake by approving a drug for Big Pharma.
And I won't even get into the Menthol cigarette controversy right now, which the FDA has not done anything to curb, even though it hurts the black population the most. I'm pretty sure some big tobacco companies and their lobbyists were involved, but I don't have time to look up facts right now. Maybe you can do that for me.