November 15, 2019 at 3:11 pm

Medical PR & Truth

Dr. Christopher Lane spotlights medical ethics, or lack there of, in his informative Psychology Today article. Documents cited in litigation “show comprehensive evidence of ghostwriting that “manipulated outcome data,” named authors with financial ties to the drug maker sponsoring the article, but with “little or no direct involvement” in the study to which they lent their names, and publication in the flagship American Journal of Psychiatry being “facilitated by the journal editor who also had financial ties to” the sponsoring pharmaceutical company.
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