In a startling interview, GlaxoSmithKline whistleblower, Cheryl Eckard, speaks for the first time to the public regarding her role as head of quality assurance at the GlaxoSmithKline plant in Puerto Rico. [BACK STORY]
"All the systems were broken, the facility was broken, the equipment was broken, the processes were broken. It was the worst thing I had run across in my in my career."
Watch the video and learn how water, used to make tablets, was tainted with bacteria, failures on production lines made some drugs too strong, some not strong enough.
Eckard reveals how a pharmacist had called the company with a story about a mix up with Paxil [Seroxat] - The patient was an 8 year old boy!
And in an extra video from CBS, here you can hear a tape recording where Cheryl recorded a conversation between herself and a Glaxo official regarding the state of affairs at, the now, infamous, Puerto Rican plant.
Many thanks to Soulful Sepulcher and Pharmagossip for pointing me in the direction of these videos from CBS.
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