Well, libertard (please take that in fun, as it was intended) your real problem in this world isn't actually the FDA, it's the insurance industry. The FDA may be able to shut down businesses which don't comply, but, by and large, they let an awful lot of stuff get through. It's the insurers who are deciding what actually gets used in our medical system - drugs, devices and procedures they are willing to pay for are widely used, those they do not are relegated to a tiny fraction of the market. FDA doesn't actually "approve" anything, they give "permission to market." It's insurers that "approve reimbursement," and insurers who have built up a system so corrupt that when it is studied in history, people will not believe the ratios between private pay price and insured reimbursement. It simply won't make sense that a society that supposedly had a free and open competitive market, with laws against monopolistic behavior, could ever allow billing $15 for a 500mg Tylenol pill, or $15,000 for a device with 30 year old technology inside that costs $500 to make.
The only other time I ever encountered "prices" that were so crazy was in former East Germany, just after the wall fell 1990: Bread: $0.05 per pound, nice 3 bedroom flat in town: $12 per month, bicycle (luxury item) $15,000, color TV $45,000. It turns money into a sick joke. Just like in the USA today, when you get really sick, the money involved is beyond crazy, all you can do is laugh and shake your head, oh, and pay the man if you want a chance to live.