Medical Journal Conflict?
It seems the findings of some medical journals are more suspect than you might think. Take a look at this recent editorial in The New York Times:
Leading medical journals seem to be having a difficult time disentangling themselves from the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. If they cannot stop printing articles by scientists with close ties to these businesses, they should at least force the authors to disclose their conflicts of interest publicly so that doctors and patients are forewarned that the interpretations may be biased.
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