I looked around for successful lawsuits vs. Fda and all I found was the Center for Food Safety, an activist group sued them a couple times over food issues. And a group of "ultra-conservative" doctors sued them last year for not allowing HCQ and that's about it. A provision known as "sovereign immunity" prevents nearly all lawsuits against gov't agencies, but a tort provision leaves the door open a tiny crack for FDA culpability, according to what I found on the ever-reliable internet. During the google phase of the search a list of questions followed, one of those asked "is the fda reliable?" The answer said the FDA is basically a rubber stamp for corporate interests and not to be trusted as an authority. Most of us who watch FDA decisions closely believe this, but it's kind of disturbing to see this is becoming common knowledge when apprising the agency still seen as the globally recognized gold standard of food and drug evaluation. All we have left is the tiny band indy journalists left to expose the corruption. Are Brazil, the PI and India our last hope for covid approval? And where does that leave the cancer efforts?