Investigation raises concerns about 'cozy relationship' between the FDA and Moderna during Covid pandemic



An investigation has raised concerns about the 'cozy relationship' between the Food and Drug Association (FDA) and Moderna during the Covid pandemic.

The report published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) found two top FDA officials in charge of approving Covid vaccines left to join the pharma giant and received six-figure salaries just months after the shots got the green light.  

The BMJ investigation by Dr Peter Doshi, University of Maryland pharmacy professor, warned about the lack of safeguards to prevent the 'revolving door culture' that can create 'at least the appearance of conflicts of interest'.