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The difficulty of identifying academic experts who have not crossed over to the commercially funded research was

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Significant Shadowy Financial Conflicts of Interest Behind Persecution of Andrew Wakefield

April 5, 2015

Lots of babies get measles in Africa and India, and it is a significant cause of death

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CDC Measles Vaccination Rule Has Left Millions of Vaccinated Americans Without Protection

December 24, 2014

Posted by Meryl Nass, MD Swine flu vaccine-induced narcolepsy is costing European governments over $1 Billion due

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Liability waivers for swine flu vaccine-induced narcolepsy costs Euro governments over $1 Billion

January 11, 2013

Anthrax Vaccine:  Its checkered history, excessive stockpile and the human and financial costs By Meryl Nass, MD*

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Anthrax Vaccine: history, excessive stockpile & the human and Financial Costs

October 7, 2012

The US infant vaccine schedule is the most aggressive in the world. US infants are subjected from

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America’s Healthcare Crisis–Part III-Vaccine Controversy

June 20, 2012

A conservative estimate:  between 225,000 and 296,000 deaths annualy are caused by adverse drug reactions from prescription

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Medicine Hijacked: Books That Document the Real Health Care Crisis

June 5, 2012

A dust storm is being kicked up following the announcement at the annual meeting of the American

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J & J Suspends Prostate Cancer Drug Trial–Why?

May 14, 2012

The proposed revisions to the Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM) of the American Psychiatric Association will continue the

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Vicissitudes of Psychiatry’s Diagnostic Manual Revisions

April 28, 2012

  Critics who deplore the commercialization of medical research have raised concerns about scientific fraud and misconduct

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Fraudulent Science: What’s Retracted, What’s Not

April 1, 2011

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Report on Research Compliance

March 15, 2011

In our era, psychiatry as a profession has suffered a significant loss of credibility: the most influential

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Inside Psychiatry’s Battle to Define Mental Illness

March 15, 2011

A McGill study analyzing 29 "studies of studies" (meta-analyses) found that important declarations of financial conflicts-of-interest in

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COI in Drug Studies Sneaking Back

March 13, 2011

 Dr. Allen Frances, psychiatry professor emeritus and former chairman of psychiatry, Duke University who chaired the DSM-IV

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Military Polypharmacy, PTSD: Deaths

March 12, 2011

The editor in chief of the BMJ acknowledges that AHRP was right to criticize the BMJ and

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BMJ Editor Acnolwledges Failure to Disclose COI