Why are doctors pushing back?

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Scores of people born through artificial insemination have learned from DNA tests that their biological fathers were the doctors who performed the procedure

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France and Canada are establishing an international committee to advise on the ethics of artificial intelligence. The group should be supported and shielded from undue influence.

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Anonymized data sets are growing and it is becoming easier to identify individuals. Research-consent procedures must be updated to protect people from being targeted

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Virtually all top medical journals require authors to disclose potential conflicts of interest, but few—just 12%—apply that same medicine to their own editors by publicly disclosing editors’ financial ties to industry, a study has found

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Science is often poorly communicated. Researchers can fight back

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Hiding in Plain Sight

June 5, 2019

Peter Lurie writes, “The FDA’s approach to disclosing new drug applications is a disservice to public health”

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Secret recordings captured physicians’ concerns that more children seemed to fare poorly after heart surgery. Their hospital kept doing the operations

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