Outrageous Lack of Transparency—Pfizer Now Asks Court for 75 Years to Hide Details of COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Results

Outrageous Lack of Transparency—Pfizer Now Asks Court for 75 Years to Hide Details of COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Results

TrialSite has tracked attorney Aaron Siri and his client’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) case against Pfizer for full disclosure of clinical trials documentation. Siri shared in a previous post that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asked a federal judge to delay the full disclosure of all relevant documentation till 2076—55 years from now! Siri, who is a partner with the law firm Siri Glimstad representing the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) countered to the court that Pfizer should disclose the entire batch of documentation within 108 days which just happens to be the amount of time it took for the Gold Standard regulatory agency to review and approve Pfizer’s vaccine. After the court-ordered both parties to submit updated briefs, now in what can only be considered an insult to injury, Pfizer “doubles down.” Meaning the pharmaceutical company now wants to hide the extent of all of the material information till 2096.

As attorney Siri writes “this is “Not a typo.” They are demanding 75 years of data secrecy. Yes, the FDA is agreeing to share about 12,000 pages in the first couple of months but thereafter they would release, at a snail’s...

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