EtG–The Rosie Ruiz of Bent Science and Bad Medicine

The original pitch to the medical boards for Etg  was done by ex-felon Greg Skipper who is one of the Federation of State Physician Health Program (FSPHP) “impaired physician” architects.  He notes no conflicts of interest yet he is the one who introduced the test as a laboratory-developed-test (LDT) to NMS labs to get it marketed and avoid FDA oversight.   At the time he got this accepted with “regulatory sanctification” by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) there was only one study done on it involving 14 male psychiatric inpatients authored by him and the patent holder!

The Displacement of the idea that facts and evidence matter, by the idea that everything boils down to subjective interests and perspectives is — second only to American political campaigns — the m…

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23 thoughts on “EtG–The Rosie Ruiz of Bent Science and Bad Medicine

  1. […]  here and includes  G. Douglas Talbott,  Robert Dupont, and  Paul Earley.  It also includes Greg Skipper  who shamelessly introduced non-FDA approved drug testing of unknown validity on the market.  In […]

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  2. […] to the current paradigm I have detailed in previous posts.   The list also includes  Greg Skipper  who introduced the first non-FDA approved  laboratory developed test for alcohol and is […]

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  3. […] to the current paradigm I have detailed in previous posts.   The list also includes  Greg Skipper  who introduced the first non-FDA approved  laboratory developed test for alcohol and is […]

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  4. […] to the current paradigm I have detailed in previous posts.   The list also includes  Greg Skipper  who introduced the first non-FDA approved  laboratory developed test for alcohol and is […]

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  5. […] to the current paradigm I have detailed in previous posts.   The list also includes  Greg Skipper  who introduced the first non-FDA approved  laboratory developed test for alcohol and is […]

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  6. […] to the current paradigm I have detailed in previous posts.   The list also includes  Greg Skipper  who introduced the first non-FDA approved  laboratory developed test for alcohol and is […]

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  7. […] to the current paradigm I have detailed in previous posts.   The list also includes  Greg Skipper  who introduced the first non-FDA approved  laboratory developed test for alcohol and is […]

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  8. […] the group currently in managerial control of state physician health programs in 47-states,  has introduced non-FDA drug testing via a loophole that removes all accountability.  The EtG, EtS, and PEth tests were introduced as  Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs) with little […]

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  9. […] the group currently in managerial control of state physician health programs in 47-states,  has introduced non-FDA drug testing via a loophole that removes all accountability.  The EtG, EtS, and PEth tests were introduced as  Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs) with little […]

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  10. […] the group currently in managerial control of state physician health programs in 47-states,  has introduced non-FDA drug testing via a loophole that removes all accountability.  The EtG, EtS, and PEth tests were introduced as  Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs) with little […]

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  11. […] the group currently in managerial control of state physician health programs in 47-states,  has introduced non-FDA drug testing via a loophole that removes all accountability.  The EtG, EtS, and PEth tests were introduced as  Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs) with little […]

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  12. […] the group currently in managerial control of state physician health programs in 47-states,  has introduced non-FDA drug testing via a loophole that removes all accountability.  The EtG, EtS, and PEth tests were introduced as  Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs) with little […]

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  13. […] the group currently in managerial control of state physician health programs in 47-states,  has introduced non-FDA drug testing via a loophole that removes all accountability.  The EtG, EtS, and PEth tests were introduced as  Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs) with little […]

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