Payments to top journal editors may undermine public trust, study says


One in two editors of top U.S medical journals are taking payments from the pharmaceutical and medical devices industry, a new study has found. The finding threatens to undermine public confidence in published research, according to the authors of the study published in The BMJ. Under US laws, physicians must declare all industry-funded research and general payments ...


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