David Walk utterly shreds an appalling piece of agitprop masquerading as science in the New England Journal of Medicine. One hopes Walk doesn't restrict himself to the blog post, but also writes a letter to the editor.
"Whistle-Blowers' Experiences in Fraud Litigation against Pharmaceutical Companies"
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