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David Healy’s Pharmageddon is reviewed in Health Affairs. It is a must read if you are interesting in medical care and the role of Pharma. The review by Donald Light  is very favourable: “In my view, Healy’s book is the most powerful and deeply thought of a new crop of books on pharmaceuticals and medicine”. […]

My eldest daughter Rebecca always chastises me when I say I no longer really work on red hair genetics by pointing out that nobody is interested in anything else I have done or will do (but I have recently written a review of some pigment genetics evolution jointly with Rosalind Harding, and another review of some […]

There is a review of Carl Elliott’s ‘White Coat, Black Hat’ in JAMA. The reviewer comments: Some of these people, who have worked for the pharmaceutical industry, have been interviewed extensively by Elliott. Their insider accounts make this book especially interesting. One former drug representative told Elliott that “pharmacists are like pigeons. Only instead of […]

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