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If the consequences for pharma-sponsored ghostwriting are steep – lawsuits, public embarrassment, retractions – the temptations are also very real. A former ghostwriter weighs in and offers some solutions. 

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In these tough economic times, it might seem crazy to turn down a paycheck. But what if that paycheck has complicated strings attached?

 

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In the war against ghostwriting in the medical literature, the rules can only get you so far.

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A pharma insider offers some strict rules for medical researchers to avoid pharma ghostwriting and other conflicts of interest in their work — and help save the reputation of medical science.

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Shannon Brownlee offers a not-so-modest proposal for universities to stamp out pharma ghostwriting benefiting researchers.

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Always pay for your own dinner and other rules for academics who interested in working with pharmaceutical companies — but want to retain their independence. 

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Remember that dating book "The Rules"? Academics entering into partnerships with pharmaceutical companies could use a similar set of rules to avoid future career heartbreak. 

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Should a university president be penalized for standing by while university researchers put their names on scientific papers written by pharma-paid ghostwriters?

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