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100 1  Gøtzsche, Peter C.,|eauthor. 
245 10 Deadly medicines and organised crime :|bhow big pharma has
       corrupted healthcare /|cPeter C. Gøtzsche ; forewords by 
       Richard Smith former editor-in-chief, BMJ and Drummond 
       Rennie deputy editor, JAMA. 
246 3  Deadly medicines and organized crime 
246 30 How big pharma has corrupted healthcare 
264  1 London :|bRadcliffe Publishing,|c[2013] 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    xii, 310 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Foreword / Richard Smith -- Foreword / Drummond Rennie -- 
       1. Introduction -- 2. Confessions from an insider -- 
       Asthma deaths were caused by asthma inhalers -- shady 
       marketing and research -- 3. Organized crime, the business
       model of big pharma -- Hoffman-LaRoche, the biggest drug 
       pusher -- Hall of Shame for big pharma -- The crimes are 
       repetitive -- It's organized crime -- 4. Very few patients
       benefit from the drugs they take -- 5. Clinical trials, a 
       broken social contract with patients -- 6. Conflicts of 
       interest at medical journals -- 7. The corruptive 
       influence of easy money -- 8. What do thousands of doctors
       on industry payroll do? -- Seeding trials -- Rent a key 
       opinion leader to "give advice" -- Rent a key opinion 
       leader to "educate" -- 9. Hard sell -- Clinical trials are
       marketing in disguise -- Ghostwriting -- The marketing 
       machine -- Hard sell ad nauseam -- Highly expensive drugs 
       -- Excesses in hypertension -- Patient organizations -- 
       NovoSeven for bleeding soldiers -- 10. Impotent drug 
       regulation -- Conflicts of interest at drug agencies -- 
       Corruption at drug agencies -- The unbearable lightness of
       politicians - Drug regulation builds on trust -- 
       Inadequate testing of new drugs -- Too many warnings and 
       too many drugs -- 11. Public access to data at drug 
       agencies -- Our breakthrough at the EMA in 2010 -- Access 
       to data at other drug agencies -- Deadly slimming pills --
       12. Neurontin, an epilepsy drug for everything -- 13. 
       Merck, where the patients die first -- 14. Fraudulent 
       celecoxib trial and other lies -- Marketing is harmful -- 
       15. Switching cheap drugs to expensive ones in the same 
       patients -- Nove Nordisk switches patients to expensive 
       insulin -- AstraZeneca switches patients to expensive me-
       again omeprazole -- 16. Blood glucose was fine but the 
       patients died -- Novo Nordisk interferes with an academic 
       publication -- 17. Psychiatry, the drug industry's 
       paradise -- Are we all crazy or what? -- Psychiatrists as 
       drug pushers -- The chemical imbalance hoax -- Screening 
       for psychiatric disorders -- Unhappy pills -- Prozac, a 
       terrible Eli Lilly drug turned into a blockbuster -- 
       Exercise is a good intervention -- Further lies about 
       happy pills -- 18. Pushing children into suicide with 
       happy pills -- Glaxo study 329 -- Concealing suicides and 
       suicide attempts in clinical trials -- Lundbeck's 
       evergreening of citalopram -- 19. Intimidation, threats, 
       and violence to protect sales -- 20. Busting the industry 
       myths -- 21. General system failure calls for a revolution
       -- Our drugs kill us -- How much medicine do we really 
       need and at what cost? -- For-profit is the wrong model --
       Clinical trials -- Drug regulatory agencies -- Drug 
       formulary and guideline committees -- Drug marketing -- 
       doctors and their organizations --Patients and their 
       organizations -- Medical journals -- Journalists -- 22. 
       Having the last laugh at big pharma -- Money doesn't smell
       -- Creating diseases. 
520    "In his latest ground-breaking book, Peter C Gotzsche 
       exposes the pharmaceutical industries and their charade of
       fraudulent behaviour, both in research and marketing where
       the morally repugnant disregard for human lives is the 
       norm. He convincingly draws close comparisons with the 
       tobacco conglomerates, revealing the extraordinary truth 
       behind efforts to confuse and distract the public and 
       their politicians. The book addresses, in evidence-based 
       detail, an extraordinary system failure caused by 
       widespread crime, corruption, bribery and impotent drug 
       regulation in need of radical reforms"--Publisher's 
       description. 
650  0 Pharmaceutical industry|xCorrupt practices. 
650  0 Pharmaceutical industry|xMoral and ethical aspects. 
700 1  Smith, Richard|q(Richard Sydney William),|d1952-|ewriter 
       of foreward. 
700 1  Rennie, Drummond,|ewriter of foreward. 
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