Bayer's Trasylol Killed 22,000 People and FDA could Have Prevented It
In January 2006, private researcher Dr. Dennis Mangano came forward and published a study saying Bayer AG's drug Trasylol had dangerous side effects.
The FDA advisory panel looked into Dr. Mangano's claims in September 2006. Bayer had researched this claim but did not disclose their findings to the FDA panel at the meeting. The findings confirmed Dr. Mangano's research, which would have lost Bayer money.
FDA advisory panel chairman Dr. William Hiatt told CBS's 60 Minutes that he would have voted to remove the