On the Suppression of Medical Evidence

@article{Christian2017OnTS,
  title={On the Suppression of Medical Evidence},
  author={Alexander Christian},
  journal={Journal for General Philosophy of Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={48},
  pages={395-418}
}
  • Alexander Christian
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Journal for General Philosophy of Science
  • Financial conflicts of interest in medical research foster deviations from research standards and evidentially lead to the suppression of research findings that are at odds with commercial interests of pharmaceutical companies. Questionable research practices prevent data from being created, made available, or given suitable recognition. They run counter to codified principles of responsible conduct of research, such as honesty, openness or respect for the law. Resulting in ignorance… CONTINUE READING
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