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JAMA Study: Clinical Trials Not Always Accurate (See Xarelto For Example)

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The clinical trials that are submitted to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for drug approvals may not be as accurate as commonly believed, according to a recent study recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. One drug, Xarelto Lawyers, was approved despite what is now being called a study filled with errors and deemed unreliable by the FDA.

The FDA, as part of its prescription drug approval process, inspects several hundred clinical sites performing biomedical research on human participants every year, and occasionally they find evidence of “substantial departures from good clinical practice and research misconduct,” according to the report in JAMA. But the FDA has no established method of communicating these findings to the scientific community, and they are never reported in the journals in which the studies are published.

According to the JAMA study:

Xarelto Study a Departure from Good Clinical Practice? xarelto

One of the studies (RECORD 4) that showed Xarelto to be an effective and safe anti-coagulant was filled with departures from good clinical practice, according to the JAMA report. Although the study appeared to indicate that Xarelto Injuries is effective for preventing blood clots after knee replacement surgery, the FDA actually found that researchers falsified some of the data and destroyed medical records.

The FDA found RECORD 4 unreliable, yet approved Xarelto anyway, based on other trials with fewer issues. Some patients who took Xarelto have in turn suffered from serious side effects, including uncontrolled gastrointestinal bleeding.

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