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1. How EFSA works
EFSA’s relationship with EU institutions
What guarantees EFSA’s independence?
How EFSA is organised
2. The EFSA-ILSI connection
ILSI not an industry lobby group?
3. The science behind our food safety
How the authorisation process works
Why the authorisation process does not protect the public
Risky products: What we’re not allowed to know
EFSA guidance: Favouring industry?
Case study I Who’s (not) afraid of bisphenol A?
Case study II The not-so-sweet truth about aspartame
4. Conficts of interest and revolving doors: How independent are EFSA experts?
EFSA’s credibility undermined
EFSA rules allow serious conficts of interest
Declarations of interest: Transparent but inefective?
Reform at European Medicines Agency not replicated by new EFSA rules?
Independent experts: As rare as the unicorn?
What sort of expertise is needed in risk assessment agencies?
Holiday in Parma, anyone? No pay for EFSA experts
Do independent experts want to work for EFSA?
Revolving door: EFSA as springboard to lobbying career?
Case study III Gambling with antibiotic efectiveness: GM potato
Conclusions and recommendations
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Published by: tizianogo on May 29, 2012
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