Coverage in the BMJ

The BMJ, one of the world’s leading medical journals, has published many articles reporting on the findings from the U.S. Right to Know investigations. These include:

(1) U.S. dietary committee is plagued with “high-risk conflicts of interest,” report finds, by Elisabeth Mahase (10.6.23)

(2) Coca-Cola sought to shift blame for obesity by funding public health conferences, study reports, by Shaun Griffin (12.3.21)

(3) Covid-19: New WHO group to look into pandemic origins is dogged by alleged conflicts of interest, by Paul Thacker (10.22.21)

(4) Covid-19: Lancet investigation into origin of pandemic shuts down over bias risk, by Paul Thacker (10.1.21)

(5) The covid-19 lab leak hypothesis: did the media fall victim to a misinformation campaign? by Paul Thacker (7.8.21)

(6) Food and drink industry sought to influence scientists and academics, emails show, by Gareth Iacobucci (5.22.21)

(7) Coca-Cola’s work with academics was a “low point in history of public health” by Shaun Griffin (8.3.20)

(8) Coca-Cola marketing to children is “serious public health concern,” researchers warn, by Elisabeth Mahase (12.18.19)

(9) International Life Sciences Institute is advocate for food and drink industry, say researchers, by Owen Dyer (6.4.19)

(10) Coca-Cola contracts could allow it to “quash” unfavourable research findings, by Elisabeth Mahase (5.8.19)

(11) Coca-Cola and obesity: study shows efforts to influence US Centers for Disease Control, by Gareth Iacobucci (1.30.19)

(12) US public health agency is sued over failure to release emails from Coca-Cola, by Martha Rosenberg (2.28.18)

(13) Coca-Cola’s secret influence on medical and science journalists, by Paul Thacker (4.5.17)

(14) Conflicts of interest compromise US public health agency’s mission, say scientists, by Jeanne Lenzer (10.24.16)


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