Health and Human Services Department approves dangerous and ficticious medical procedures


The Government Accountability Office (GAO) owned the Health and Human Services Department (HHS) on Thursday after successfully being approved to conduct dangerous medical procedures on human test subjects.  A testing agency is required to get approval from a certified medical board before proceeding with human subjects.  Coast IRB, a certified medical board by the HHS in Colorado Springs, fell for the trap set by the GAO and approved the fraudulent product.



The fictitious report, filed by the GAO, included a medical review board headed by a dog named Trooper.  The test involved surgeons pouring a liter of the fake medical solution into a patient’s stomach following surgery.

Daniel Dueber, the CEO of Coast IRB said, “We got hoodwinked.”

Representative Bart Stupak of Michigan (D) felt otherwise.  Stupak, the chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s oversight and investigations panel, said “You didn’t get hoodwinked.  You took the bait, hook, line and sinker.”

Stupak says that this study not only looks bad for the Coast IRB board, but also calls into question the oversight being done by the Health and Human Services Department.

Think twice before deciding to sign up for experimental medical procedures when you can’t make your mortgage payments.  A PSA from RWP.

RWP Rating: Bizarre



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