Pfizer wants to help the FDA with its new, court-mandated $4-5M FOIA release on the company's Covid-19 vaccine data
An FDA court loss earlier this month has put the agency’s Freedom of Information Act office on its heels, as it now has to dump $4 million to $5 million into hiring 15 contractors to complete a historically swift anti-vaccine FOIA request that won a court-mandated release of 55,000 pages of data per month on Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine.
What’s more, Pfizer told the court this week that it’s ready to intervene to help the agency redact those pages.
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