Study author in medical journal disclosure flap has his say
There was a recent spat over how the Journal of the American Medical Association handled a case in which the author of a study it published on antidepressant use in stroke patients failed to note he had a financial relationship with the drug company whose product was studied. Now the author of that 2008 study, University of Iowa psychiatrist Robert Robinson, is firing back at his critics in a letter published online in the British Medical Journal.
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