All the Nags from 2009
- Doctors on the take: how to read the fine print in medical research articles
- What if everybody starting telling the truth about medical ghostwriting?
- Medical ghostwriting: if you’re not alarmed, you’re not paying attention
- How to use the media to push your drugs
- Partners in slime: why you should be alarmed about medical ghostwriting
- Horse thieving, train robbing, and medical ghostwriting
- Even our kitties can’t believe everything they read
- What drug reps wrote on their BlackBerries
- How to translate Big Pharma PR-Speak into English
- Stock market tip: how to profit from swine flu
- Medical journal editor resorts to sleuthing to catch ghostwriters
- 50-100% of medical journal articles on drugs paid for by Big Pharma?
- “Sleazy example” of drug company reminder ad on Twitter
- Ghostwriting and “Guest Authorship” – twins separated at birth?
- GlaxoSmithKline hid Paxil’s birth defect warnings for decades
- Is Big Pharma onboard the Titanic?
- Merck paying off 3,100 families affected by Vioxx deaths
- Big Pharma = Big Salaries
- Bingo Fun with Pharmaceutical Ads: What can they teach us about marketing
- Pfizer paid $4,000 per day in speaking fees to helicopter-flying doc
- Dannon slammed with $35 million settlement over Acitivia false advertising
- All bark, no bite: new Big Pharma ethics guidelines lack teeth
- Is your surgeon able to understand simple instructions?
- Drug rep confidential
- How hockey goons are the same as “puzzled” medical journal editors
- Columbia drug study scandal
- PANEXA: ask your doctor if you need it
- Bayer sued for false prostate cancer prevention claims in multi-vitamins
- A short history of medicine
- Drug marketing by the numbers
- Dr. Harriet Hall explains Tooth Fairy Science
- A mere $2.3. billion later…
- The Lucky Stockbroker Syndrome and other ways to skew research
- Radiation + asbestos = good. Abortion + vaccines = bad.
- Copper magnetic bracelets are ineffective against pain
- Whistleblower: “I was fired for fighting hospital’s link with Medtronic”
- How a new drug gets approved
- Former NEJM Editor: “No longer possible to believe most medical research published.”
- Nice work if you can get it: same speech, week in, week out – at $1,500 a pop
- Warning: clinical trials funded by drug companies may be less truthful than they appear
- New ‘Desire Drug’ claims that sex really IS all in her head
- Doctor’s ‘kiss & tell’ tale: My one-year career as a Drug Rep
- Marketing that kills babies: Why I support the Nestlé boycott
- The Drug Pushers
- Two nurses fired for reporting doctor’s inappropriate actions
- There’s a pill for that!
- Is this a Starbucks or not?
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