More Responses to NEJM Conflict-of-interest Articles

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The Lown Institute’s RightCare Weekly newsletter has gathered a variety of articles and posts — both supportive and critical — in response to four New England Journal of Medicine articles suggesting that concerns about conflict of interest are overblown. “Rarely does a medical journal series… incite such astonishment from us…” the special edition of the newsletter begins. “For the most prominent journal of American medicine to offer so much precious real estate for arguments that are half-baked and tendentious is amazing.”

Mad in America previously reported on the articles, and on the NEJM reader poll on the topic.

Special RightCare Weekly: Response to the NEJM Conflict of Interest series (May 29, 2015)

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1 COMMENT

  1. “For the most prominent journal of American medicine to offer so much precious real estate for arguments that are half-baked and tendentious is amazing.”

    I can’t say for sure but my instinct tells me the answer is “follow the money”.

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