The FDA states that licensed medicines are the number 4 killer of mankind, and that 100,000 Americans die every year as a result of drugs they license.
But that excludes deaths from chemotherapy poisons, which are counted, wrongly, as cancer deaths.
800,000 people die unnecessarily of cancer every year in the USA. Half of those don’t die of the cancer: They die of the poison of licensed chemotherapy drugs. So there’s another 400,000.
So the FDA probably kill 500,000 Americans a year with licensed drugs they approve.
In the USA the FDA is being prosecuted for causing 3 million deaths, half from licensed medicines, half from denying people access to modern science.
Using the same calculations, if we double the 500,000, because the FDA also denies people access to modern science, we get an estimate of 1,000,000 deaths a year caused by the FDA, which is probably of the right order.
Looking at it from a slightly different perspective,
800,000 a year die of cancer in the USA.
If the FDA were to ban the 100 year old poison of chemotherapy (which started life out as World War One mustard gas), and encourage modern science, 80% of those with cancer would be saved (see www.chemokills.info for a list of treatments that work.) That would be 640,000 saved.
And healthcare would save about £50 billion in drug costs. Its those drug costs that the FDA directors are keeping in place on behalf of their former employers.
Add the 100,000 that die in the UK from other killer drugs, and we come to 740,000.
Add people with other diseases who would be saved by modern treatments that are banned, concealed or denied by the MHRA, and you are probably approaching the 1,000,000 deaths annually caused by the MHRA.
So again, 1,000,000 does seem to be of the right order.