FDA limits consumer voices at 2010 hearing on safety of dental amalgam

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Bob Reeves, attorney for The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, outlines how the FDA limited consumer voices at the December 2010 hearing on the safety of dental amalgam.

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  1. marieflow@aol.com'
    Marie Flowers

    This explains why some of us were ill prepared to speak at FDA hearings in 2010. Some didn’t show up because FDA said you might speak if your name came up
    in a lottery. One needs to buy airline tickets in advance to get a good price, so who buys in advance not knowing if they would be allowed to testify?

    I wasn’t prepared to read Linda Brocato’s speech because I didn’t know if I would be allowed to read it, even after checking with the FDA sign up desk out front.

    I agree with Bob’s comments, the FDA wanted us to be confused.

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