Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Everything you wanted to know about ghostwriting but were afraid to ask...

Two quick notes: the Project on Government Oversight (POGO) has posted a helpful FAQ on corporate-funded medical ghostwriting. As POGO investigator Paul Thacker writes:
"We hope this [FAQ] will answer any questions you might have on this very disturbing practice that corrupts the medical literature, drives up healthcare costs, and puts patient safety at risk."

Also, my blog was recently listed on a popular pharmacy website as one of the 50 best blogs about pharmaceuticals, right up there with Pharmalot and BNET Pharma. I'm honored.

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