Against plagiarism: a guide for editors and authors – Yuehong (Helen) Zhang
This is the first volume of a book series dedicated to “Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Scientific and …
A tongue-in-cheek account of the changes that have transformed medicine into big business. Physician and medical ethicist Carl Elliott tracks the new world of commercialized medicine from start to finish, introducing the professional guinea pigs, ghostwriters, thought leaders, drug reps, public relations pros, and even medical ethicists who use medicine for (sometimes huge) financial gain. Along the way, he uncovers the cost to patients lost in a health-care universe centered around consumerism.
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