Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Toronto Globe and Mail comes out in favor of pharma-sponsored ghostwriting

Here's my nomination for the most moronic, ill-informed editorial of the year: "In praise of ghostly scribes for scientists," by the editors of the Toronto Globe and Mail.  Never mind that ghostwritten journal articles have figured significantly in the most spectacular fraud cases in US history.  Forget all the patients who have died or been injured as a consequence.  You can't help but wonder: who is really writing the Globe and Mail's editorials?

Read it here. 

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