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Proto Magazine Saving Stark: Can the Embattled Reform Law Adapt to a Newer Model of Health Care? (October 7, 2019) by Linda Teslar  
BioPharma Dive Does Disclosure of Pharma Payments Harm Patient Trust in Doctors? (September 23, 2019) Q&A with Andrew Dunn  
Medscape Sunshine Act Report: Docs See Nothing Wrong with Taking Payments (August 27, 2019) by Leigh Page  
CMAJ News The Downside of Transparent Payments: Public Distrust of the Entire Profession (May 7, 2019) by Caroline Mercer  

Chicago Tribune (Post-Tribune)

Drug Company Payments to Doctors May Influence Prescription Choices (April 16, 2019) by Trudy Lieberman  
Medscape Sunshine Act May Reduce Patient Trust in Physicians (April 16, 2019) by Kerry Dooley Young  
STAT A Database That Reveals Industry Payments to Doctors Also Causes Patient Mistrust (April 15, 2019) by Ed Silverman  
Medscape Patients Pay More for Growth Hormone, Suffer Restrictions on Use (April 15, 2019) by Tara Haelle  
MedicalResearch Patients' Trust in Medical Profession Declined After Open Payments (April 14, 2019) Q&A with Dr Marie Benz  
MD Magazine Public Knowledge of Industry Payments Leads to Distrust Among Patients (April 12, 2019) by Patrick Campbell  
MedicalResearch Sunshine Act Has Not Increased Number of Patients Who Know Whether Their Own Physician Receives Industry Payments (April 11, 2019) Q&A with Dr Marie Benz  
Wharton Radio (Knowledge@Wharton) Why Congress Might Relax Physician Anti-Kickback Rules (March 12, 2019) Interview with Dan Loney  
STAT What Financial Ties? Most Americans Were Unaware of Database Showing Pharma Payments to Docs (March 4, 2019) by Ed Silverman  
NPR New Court Documents Reveal OxyContin Manufacturer's Marketing Tactics (February 2, 2019) by Deborah Becker  
STAT Purdue Pharma Cemented Ties with Universities and Hospitals to Expand Opioid Sales, Documents Contend (January 16, 2019) by Andrew Joseph  
Associated Press Spinal-cord Stimulators Help Some Patients, Injure Others, part of ICIJ international investigation into medical device safety (November 26, 2018) by Mitch Weiss and Holbrook Mohr  
STAT In Public, Lawmakers Scold Drug Distributors. Come Campaign Season, They Accept Their Cash Willingly (October 12, 2018) by Lev Facher  
STAT Questions About Funding and Purpose Loom Over a Foundation Congress Created to Help the FDA (October 9, 2018) by Ike Swetlitz  

Marketplace Public Radio

Kickbacks or a Helpful Service? Here's Why Pharma is Under Fire (September 21, 2018) by Mitchell Hartman  
Science Hidden Conflicts? An Investigation Finds a Pattern of After-the-Fact Compensation by Pharma to Those Advising the U.S. Government on Drug Approvals (July 6, 2018) by Charles Piller  

Philly Residents Drink Less Coke After Soda Tax—But Diet Sales Stay Flat (April 13, 2018)

by John Bonazzo



Doctors who take pharmaceutical money use Twitter to hype drugs (September 11, 2017) by Ronnie Cohen

Chicago Tribune

Are drug firms paying your doctor? (August 17, 2017)

by Lisa Schencker and Jennifer Smith Richards

Philadelphia Inquirer

Two-thirds of patients are seen by doctors who got industry money (March 16, 2017)

by Tom Avril

Fierce Healthcare

65% of patients see doctors who get paid by drug companies (March 8, 2017)

by Joanne Finnegan

Becker's Hospital Review

65% of patients see physicians who've accepted money from drug, device industry (March 7, 2017)

by Mackenzie Bean

Modern Healthcare

Among some physicians, a concentration of patients--and of industry dollars, too (March 6, 2017)

by Elizabeth Whitman

The Atlantic

Why Trump's conflicts of interest matter (January 3, 2017)

by Olga Khazan

New York Times Doctors' Magical Thinking About Conflicts of Interest (September 8, 2014) by Aaron Carroll


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