Medical Research WITHOUT informed consent now allowed by FDA

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This is how they will be able to inject anything they like without informed consent in the future:

The caveat is it must be minimal risk research. That means it must be no more risky than what is already presented in the environment. Enter: pandemic 2.0. People are getting sick and dying, the next thing they do is test you for the virus and within that testing mechanism IS the treatment and it will be legal, without your knowledge or consent. Of course, that is not how they are framing it now, but that is exactly what it will be.

“In an effort to encourage the discovery of more treatment and diagnostic options in the medical field, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finalized a rule allowing certain clinical trials to operate without obtaining informed consent from participants.

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The hitch? The study cannot pose more than minimal risk to humans and must include appropriate safeguards to protect the rights, safety, and welfare of those involved.

The was issued in late December 2023 and went into effect on Jan. 22, 2024.”

” Informed consent may also be dispensed with in a fourth set of cases, those of legally required treatment, in which the harm from requiring informed consent is not necessarily to the patient (or the patient alone) but to other important societal interests (e.g., civil commitment of the dangerous mentally ill—see Chapter 11—or forced treatment of patients with infectious disease)”

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“The IRB responsible for the review, approval, and continuing review of the clinical investigation described in this section may approve that investigation without requiring that informed consent of all research subjects be obtained… (1) human subjects are in a “life-threatening” situation, available treatments are “unproven or unsatisfactory”, and the collection of valid “scientific evidence”, which may include evidence obtained through randomized placebo-controlled investigations, is necessary to determine the safety and effectiveness of particular interventions” (aka no need to inform human guinea pigs to “gatter evidence” for a “new” disease)
21 CFR 50.24,


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