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Fight against cancer starts with everything natural

7/8/2014 - Breast cancer is a hot topic for the American public and societies across the world. It is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second most common cause of cancer mortality among women in the United States, says Susan M. Gapstur, PhD, author of "Fat, Fruits, Vegetables, and Breast Cancer Survivorship,"...

Understanding a JAMA vaccine report

8/12/2013 - A well intentioned October 13, 2004 report to the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) entitled "Post Licensure Safety Surveillance for 7-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine" was intended to increase closer scrutiny of vaccines after they are on the market. The seven valent pneumococcal...

Did JAMA Editors Threaten a Big Pharma Whistleblower?

7/10/2009 - The American Medical Association (AMA) has launched an investigation into allegations that the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) used threats in an attempt to silence a professor who drew attention to a journal author's failure to disclose a conflict of interest. "As owner and publisher...

The influence of money on medical science (press release)

10/5/2006 - JAMA Editor-in-Chief Catherine D. DeAngelis, M.D., M.P.H., issues editorial on "The Influence of Money on Medical Science" Because of the importance of the issue of the influence of money in science and in light of recent incidents involving authors failure to disclose all of their potential conflicts...

JAMA refuses to exclude authors who hide financial ties to drug companies

8/8/2006 - The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) said today that it would not ban authors who fail to disclose financial ties to drug companies, because such an action might bring antitrust lawsuits. Catherine DeAngelis, editor-in-chief of JAMA, says after speaking with lawyers, she and other...

JAMA caught red handed failing to disclose conflicts of interest, just one week after new "crackdown" announced

7/21/2006 - Last week, Journal of the American Medical Association Editor in Chief Dr. Catherine DeAngelis, announced she would be cracking down on researchers who did not disclose conflicts of interest with drug companies, but just one week later, there are already problems emerging. A study linking migraines...

JAMA says doctors should stop accepting bribes from drug companies

3/1/2006 - The Journal of the American Medical Association is rocking the boat in conventional medicine. An article in JAMA has come up with the suggestion -- aghast! -- that doctors should stop accepting bribes from drug companies. Most people didn't know that doctors routinely accept bribes (including hundreds...

What the American Medical Association hopes you never learn about its true history

6/23/2005 - To most Americans, the concept of "nonprofit" goes hand-in-hand with trust. If a person or an agency isn't driven by money, they seem more likely to be trustworthy and unbiased. They should have the public's best interests at heart, right? The American Medical Association (AMA) is a nonprofit agency...

Scientific medical journals like JAMA fail basic credibility standards; medical journals become increasingly irrelevant

8/19/2004 - The Journal of the American Medical Association -- JAMA -- and other scientific medical journals have been caught red-handed by the Center for Science in the Public Interest for failing to disclose the financial relationships between study authors and companies that might benefit from such studies....

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