The largest private global health foundations exert inordinate influence on public health policy–ensuring that those policies increase profits for their corporate and endowment portfolios. Continue reading →
"The world depends on 35% of those who are defiers–those who clearly see what is right and what is wrong. But they need to speak up, to protest, and to stand up for their ethical values. The future depends on you."
"When an expert joins this kind of board, clearly it's going to compromise their ability to speak out" Continue reading →
No Free Lunch is an example of disingenuous focus on trivia while avoiding the real issues that are corrupting medicine. Continue reading →
A study in The New England Journal of Medicine shatters the last myth about the integrity of the current system of checks and balances in medical research. Continue reading →
An investigative report in The Philadelphia Inquirer examined pharmaceutical company ties to six, tax exempt organziations that identify themselves as “patient advocacy” groups, "Each a leading advocate for patients in a disease area.”
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A critical examination of meta-analysis studies by John H. Noble, Jr, Ph.D, AHRP Treasurer Continue reading →