Appears that "DR" Henry Miller is responsible for a great deal of pharmaceutical/FDA corruption and the deaths in its wake?
"...Dr. Miller was at the FDA from 1979-1994, where he served in a number of posts involved with both product review and policymaking. He was the reviewer for the first biopharmaceutical, human insulin (Humulin®, Eli Lilly and Co.), which was approved in record time.
During his government service, Dr. Miller wrote and lectured frequently on regulatory issues and requirements, and participated frequently on various expert and policy panels as a representative of the FDA or the US government.
As the FDA’s contact person for the Securities and Exchange Commission, he reviewed the accuracy of claims made by companies in their prospectuses about the likelihood and timing of drug approvals..."