The Criminalization of Innovation: FDA Misdirection in the Najarian and Burzynski Cases

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Title: The Criminalization of Innovation: FDA Misdirection in the Najarian and Burzynski Cases
Author: Stennes, Matthew L.
Citation: The Criminalization of Innovation: FDA Misdirection in the Najarian and Burzynski Cases (1997 Third Year Paper)
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Abstract: Najarian and Burzynski seem the perfect examples of the amazing potential of the American medical establishment. Their visionary work in their respective fields should be celebrated as monumental contributions to society. Rather than being lauded by the nation, though, both men have watched their careers and reputations come hurtling to a disastrous end as they faced criminal charges of fraud, embezzlement, and multiple violations of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) laws which threatened to send them each to prison for the rest of their lives.
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