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The document alleges that Macfadden's relationships with the women were "relevant and highly probative evidence of one high level Astra Zeneca employee's determination to exploit his sexual relationships with these women in order to elevate Seroquel's status in the prescribing medical community through supposedly 'independent' publications of Seroquel safety and efficacy data….
Moreover, the mere existence of these relationships calls into question the integrity of the scientific work product of those involved."We don’t know if all these allegations are true, although Macfadden has already admitted to the dalliances.
Which is all a very long-winded introduction to the latest scandal-in-the-making from Astra Zeneca.
As covered in blog, Astra Zeneca is being sued by thousands of patients who allege that the company hid information about Seroquel’s risk of weight gain and diabetes.
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And how to even start creating a webinar, let alone broadcast it? In fact, you If you blog about any topic that more than a handful of people care about, you’ll be up against fierce competition. Like the guy who talked for thirty minutes before noticing that people could hear zilch. Leo Babauta and I had just created a blogger training course, called A-List Blogging, and we decided to run a webinar as part of our launch. Suddenly, a few lines appeared in the chat box, written by Leo. And when I think about it today, I still feel a little sick.
Most people are busy, and leisure time is in short supply.
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