Tag Archives: pharmaceutical funding

Just Price for Drugs: The eleventh hour

Marc-André Gagnon urges modernization and fairness in the pricing of patented drugs in Canada

Pharma Financialized

Matthew Herder argues that recent drug price hikes are only one part of a bigger problem with industry-driven pharmaceutical research and development.

Evidence and the Marketing of the HPV Vaccine

Abby Lippman, Alana Cattapan, and Kelly Holloway argue for rigorous, conflict-free research into the safety and effectiveness of the HPV vaccine and for a critical approach to its use.

Being and Becoming Compromised: Conflicts of Interest in Bioethics

Nicholas G. Evans makes the distinction between being partial and being compromised.

Corruption in a Bioethics Free-For-All

Kelly Hills joins the conversation on money, power, responsibility and accountability in bioethics and denounces corporate funding of bioethicists.

Judging Souls Versus Acts in Bioethics

Alice Dreger underscores the split in Bioethics being debated at Impact Ethics with the latest news from the SUPPORT trial controversy.

On Pharma-Funded Ethicists

Carl Elliott responds to Rob MacDougall: The goal is not to achieve perfect impartiality.