“The Funniest Joke They Ever Heard” … An Imaginary Interview With Andrew Witty (Cartoon: Parody/Satire)

GSK : Licence To (K) ill (Documenting GSK And Seroxat)

 “The modern pharmaceutical industry is only sixty-five years old. It has good men and women, it has achieved human and social miracles, but its collective conscience is not yet developed.

― John le Carre (Author of the Constant Gardener)

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For those unfamiliar with the Seroxat Scandal,
 Shelley Jofre, and what I am satirizing in the cartoon
 see David Healy's blog here:

http://davidhealy.org/the-house-of-gsk/

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The House of GSK

November 14, 2013 6 Comments

In a just published article in the BMJ, Peter Doshi notes how in recent months the English pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) have assiduously portrayed themselves as advocates of transparency and in support of access to clinical trial data.

Well in support of ‘Responsible Access’. Responsible essentially means that a researcher commits to the primacy of RCTs and statistical significance over an analysis of adverse events. It would not…

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3 comments on ““The Funniest Joke They Ever Heard” … An Imaginary Interview With Andrew Witty (Cartoon: Parody/Satire)

  1. truthman30 says:

    thanks for re-blog! … very kind of you 🙂

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