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Johnson & Johnson Population Control Agenda

Geronimos Stolen Bones
Published on 17 Aug 2020 / In People and Blogs

Human population planning is the practice of intentionally controlling the rate of growth of a human population.Historically, human population planning has been implemented with the goal of increasing the rate of human population growth.

Archives of Environmental Health: Acute Respiratory Effects of Diaper Emissions
Rosalind C. Anderson &Julius H. Anderson
Published online: 05 Apr 2010
Mice were monitored with pneumotachographs while they breathed emissions of three brands of disposable diapers (described herein as brands A, B, and C) and one brand of cloth diapers for 1 hr. The authors used a computerized version of the ASTM-E-981 test method to measure changes in the pattern and frequency of respiration. In response to two brands of disposable diapers, many mice exhibited reduced mid-expiratory airflow velocity, sensory irritation, and pulmonary irritation. During the peak effects, brand A caused sensory irritation in 47% of the breaths and reduced mid-expiratory airflow velocity in 17% of the breaths (n = 39 mice), whereas the respective percentages noted for brand B were 20% and 15% of the breaths (n = 28 mice). The effects were generally larger during repeat exposures to these emissions, with up to 89%

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Johnson & Johnson subsidiary to pay $25M fine over children's Tylenol recall
By Danielle Haynes
FORT WASHINGTON, Pa., March 11 (UPI) -- A Johnson & Johnson subsidiary has agreed to pay a $25 million criminal fine associated with a recall in 2009 of over-the-counter liquid children's medicines that had particles in them.

McNeil-PPC Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of delivering into interstate commerce adulterated infants' and children's over-the-counter liquid medicines.

Those medicines were part of a recall that included tens of thousands of bottles of infants' and children's Tylenol and infants' and children's Motrin manufactured at the company's Fort Washington, Pa., facility. Customers complained of particles floating in the liquid. Those particles turned out to be small pieces of metal McNeil said didn't pose health or safety risks to consumers.

An FDA investigation into the facility after the recall revealed the medicine wasn't manufactured according to best practices and was in violation of the federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

"McNeil's failure to comply with current good manufacturing practices is seriously troubling," said Acting Assistant Attorney General Mizer. "The Department of Justice will continue to be aggressive in pursuing and punishing companies such as McNeil that disregard a process designed to assure quality medicines, especially OTC drugs for infants and children."

According to the court documents, McNeil failed to initiate a Corrective Action Preventive Action plan after first receiving complaints about the particles in May 2009.

"The law requires that drugs be produced under the most rigorous of quality standards," said First Assistant U.S. Attorney Lappen. "When companies fail to exercise the vigilance that the law demands, they will held be accountable. Drug companies should be aware that failing to adhere to good manufacturing practices subjects them to penalties and prosecution."

"This plea agreement fully and finally resolves the federal government's investigation, and closes a chapter on actions that led the company to review and significantly improve its procedures," said Carol Goodrich, a spokesperson for McNeil Consumer Healthcare. "McNeil has been implementing enhanced quality and oversight standards across its entire business to ensure we are best able to meet our commitment to consumers, patients and doctors who rely on our products."


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