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Pharmaceutical industry influence: Doctors’ persistent illusion of unique invulnerability

Rusla Anne Springer

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2019.008


Abstract

Doctors in denial: Why Big Pharma and the Canadian medical profession are too close for comfort is a must read for medical students and residents, practising physicians, medical researchers, scholars, health science professionals, academic administrators, journal editors, and importantly, the medical elite. It is a book that bores deeply in a comprehensive effort to reveal the shrouded conflicts of interests that exist at all levels of established medicine.

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