Concern grows over ghostwriter authorship in medical journals

More than 40% of journal papers about cancer trials are now being written by commercial medical writers rather than researchers, according to a new study that raises concerns the practice could result in conflicts of interest. The study found the use of professional medical writers (PMWs) – also known as ‘ghostwriters’ – was especially common ...

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