Flacking for Big Pharma: Drug makers Don't Just Compromise Doctors; They Also Undermine the Top Medical journals ...
Harriet A. Washington
Harriet Washington

While ethicists, physicians  and the news media still gravely debate whether physicians’ loyalties can really be bought for a disposable pen or a free lunch, the $310 billion pharmaceutical industry quietly buys something far more influential:
the contents of medical journals and, all too often, the trajectory
of medical research itself.