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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Seroquel, Sex And Major Conflicts Of Interest Between AstraZeneca Exec And British Researcher, US Ghostwriter

Phil Dawdy over at Furious Seasons blows the lid on a senior medical official at AstraZeneca responsible for the drug Seroquel who had sexual relationships with a British researcher, who studied the drug and wrote positively of it, and with an American medical ghostwriter, who among other things assisted in writing two published academic papers known as BOLDER I and BOLDER II, in the American Journal of Psychiatry in 2005 and the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology in 2006 that were at the heart of Seroquel's 2006 approval by the FDA for bipolar depression. According to court records, there is evidence Macfadden gave one of the women prescription painkillers and exchanged emails with them showing relationship of "control and dependence."

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