Finding reliable information just got a little harder. From the New York Times:
A growing body of evidence suggests that doctors at some of the nation’s top medical schools have been attaching their names and lending their reputations to scientific papers that were drafted by ghostwriters working for drug companies — articles that were carefully calibrated to help the manufacturers sell more products.
While this report is limited to medical journals, it wouldn’t be a stretch to see how this could be possible in business-related journals and other resources.
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