Monthly Archives: March 2011

New study finds corrosive influence of industry money on cardiology practice guidelines

Share In a finding that may stun heart patients but surprise few others, researchers have found that more than half of the doctors who wrote key clinical practice guidelines in cardiology had financial ties to medical device and drug companies … Continue reading

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NESW posts video of informative blogging panel

Share Here is a link to the newly posted video of a blogging panel sponsored earlier this winter by the New England Science Writers, a local chapter of NASW. I moderated the panel, which featured a stellar group of health … Continue reading

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Drug companies and psychiatry profession still singing the same old duet

Share The same drug giants paying millions of dollars to settle claims that they engaged in illegal and improper marketing of anti-psychotic drugs in the U.S. are even now looking for new worlds to conquer. Consider the study published today … Continue reading

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