For several weeks, the FIP community has been waiting for an announcement from Mutian that the company had made good on its promise to have FDA approval for its line of GS pills (called Mutian X), as an OTC drug under the FDA’s GRASE program.
Where do we draw the line between upholding that which is morally and ethically true versus overstepping that line because our intent is good?
Part Three of Anatomy of a Black Market looks at the legal risks and challenges faced by all those involved in the black market trade of GS-441524.
Part Two of the Anatomy of a black market drug takes a look at the methods to sell illegal substances.
It is a safe assumption that every single parent of a FIP cat wants the same thing: safe and effective drugs against Feline Infectious Peritonitis. In light of the recent developments in the FIP community regarding treatment with unregulated substances, I think it is only fair to find answers from those who are directly involved.
It is a well-established fact that cats suffering from FIP often experience liver and kidney problems.
Definition: “Black market is the illegal business of buying or selling currency or goods banned by a government or subject to governmental control. Also designates a place where such illegal business is carried on.”