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  1. Whatever this money is used for, I think it's important for people to know how much of research and education are funded by pharmaceutical companies. I'm not saying there is something wrong with it, but it should be known.

  2. These "farmers" (really corporations) are not doing it for their own fun or for their own tables. They control our food supply, and we sure as heck get to have a say over how our food is made.

  3. Many of these docs do work for hospital systems, but I generally did not list the hospitals unless the hospital was listed as a recipient of payments from the pharmaceutical firm. Also, I didn't list hospital systems outside the Indianapolis area, because I thought it would be extraneous detail to the bulk of my readers.


  5. Why is this story not about "searching for new medicines is difficult and expensive. Industry works with academia and clinicians to educate about disease states and treatment options. Industry also partners with academia and clinicians to conduct clinical research to test potential treatment options. Medical education and clinical research are expensive endeavors. Academicians and clinicians are fairly compensated for their time, efforts, and expertise"? Instead, this article dangles the implication that companies are bribing doctors. If the reader goes past the headline and the first half of the article, they'll get to the part that talks about clinical trials. Is this responsible journalism?