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Spanish group defeats Shkreli in Chagas voucher race.

Prevalence of Financial Fraud and Scams Among Older Adults in the United States: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

The financial exploitation of older adults was recently recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a serious public health problem. Knowledge of the prevalence of elder financial exploitation is mostly limited to the category of financial abuse, which occurs in relationships involving an expectation of trust. Little is known about the other major category of elder financial exploitation-elder financial fraud and scams, which is perpetrated by strangers. A valid estimate of elder financi...

An Appraisal of the Carlisle-Stouffer-Fisher Method for Assessing Study Data Integrity and Fraud.

Data fabrication and scientific misconduct have been recently uncovered in the anesthesia literature, partly via the work of John Carlisle. In a recent article in Anaesthesia, Carlisle analyzed 5087 randomized clinical trials from anesthesia and general medicine journals from 2000 to 2015. He concluded that in about 6% of studies, data comparing randomized groups on baseline variables, before the given intervention, were either too similar or dissimilar compared to that expected by usual sampling variabilit...

Sunlight and Other Disinfectants: Disclosure Obligations under the Federal Securities and Drug Regulatory Regimes.

Drug development requires patience. Beyond the inherent uncertainty of the development process itself, U.S. drug developers must comply with the regulatory approval process overseen by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Because this process takes time, drug development also costs money. Drug companies seeking to raise funds in U.S. capital markets must navigate the securities regime governed by the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC). Despite their similar roles as protectors of consumers and p...

Development of a Hazard Classification Scheme for Substances Used in the Fraudulent Adulteration of Foods.

Food fraud, the intentional misrepresentation of the true identity of a food product or ingredient for economic gain, is a threat to consumer confidence and public health and has received increased attention from both regulators and the food industry. Following updates to food safety certification standards and publication of new U.S. regulatory requirements, we undertook a project to (i) develop a scheme to classify food fraud-related adulterants based on their potential health hazard and (ii) apply this s...

Lack of Improvement in Scientific Integrity: An Analysis of WoS Retractions by Chinese Researchers (1997-2016).

This study investigated the status quo of article retractions by Chinese researchers. The bibliometric information of 834 retractions from the Web of Science SCI-expanded database were downloaded and analysed. The results showed that the number of retractions increased in the past two decades, and misconduct such as plagiarism, fraud, and faked peer review explained approximately three quarters of the retractions. Meanwhile, a large proportion of the retractions seemed typical of deliberate fraud, which mig...

Delivering advanced therapies: The big pharma approach.

After two decades of focused development and some recent clinical successes, cell and gene therapy (CGT) is emerging as a promising approach to personalized medicines. Genetically engineered cells as a medical modality are poised to stand alongside or in combination with small molecule and biopharmaceutical approaches to bring new therapies to patients globally. Big pharma can play a vital role in industrializing CGT by focusing on diseases with high un-met medical need and compelling genetic evidence. Phar...

GMC appeals decision not to strike off doctor convicted of manslaughter.

Convicted breast surgeon Paterson has sentence increased to 20 years.

Paediatrician convicted of manslaughter must be erased from register, rules High Court.

Bioanalytical outsourcing: transitioning from Pharma to CRO.

Letter to Liu et al 2017 Article.

I was intrigued to see the recent trial of Liu et al(1) reporting the benefits of exenatide over metformin in terms of weight loss and pregnancy rate in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. I am writing to clarify the discrepancies between the trial as registered and the trial as reported in the manuscript. According to the trial registration on the Chinese Clinical Trial Registration Site (ChiCTR-IIR-16008084) the trial was a three armed trial for exenatide, metformin, or spironolactone. This article is p...

Moving pharma contracting into the era of accountability.

AI-powered drug discovery captures pharma interest.

The Extrapolation Conundrum: Finding a Unified Theory for the Use of Statistical Sampling in Medicare Fraud Cases Brought Under the False Claims Act.

The limits of the decentred state: the case of policing insurance claims fraud.

Existing research clearly shows that the public-private divide is continuously being challenged, recast and transformed. However, this article argues that a sharp distinction between public and private continues to operate as an important norm for professionals involved in the investigation of insurance claims fraud in Sweden. It shows how power within private insurance companies and the police authority is organized around the public-private divide, which is in turn mobilized to justify repression and to g...

Sativex in resistant multiple sclerosis spasticity: Discontinuation study in a large population of Italian patients (SA.FE. study).

The approval of Sativex for the management of multiple sclerosis (MS) spasticity opened a new opportunity to many patients. In Italy, the healthcare payer can be fully reimbursed by the involved pharma company with the cost of treatment for patients not responding after a 4 week (28 days) trial period (Payment by Results, PbR), and 50% reimbursed with the cost of 6 weeks (42 days) treatment for other patients discontinuing (Cost Sharing, CS). The aim of our study was to describe the Sativex discontinuation ...

Enhancing patient-level clinical data access to improve trial outcomes, promote evidence-based practice and incentivize therapeutic innovation.

Clinical trials are crucial to determining the human safety and efficacy of new therapeutic interventions and innovations. Extraordinary amounts of human experiential data are generated over the course of any clinical drug or therapeutics trial. However, much of these data is never made publicly accessible, either archived openly in accessible formats or venues, published in peer-reviewed journals, or provided to researchers for analysis and scrutiny. Improved, reliable data sharing is essential to inform c...

How the Criminalization of Pregnancy Robs Women of Reproductive Autonomy.

In 2003, the South Carolina Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Regina McKnight, an African American woman who was convicted at the age of twenty-two for committing "homicide by child abuse." She became the first woman in the United States to be arrested, prosecuted, and convicted for experiencing a stillbirth. Rather than an outlier case in the annals of American jurisprudence that stretched law beyond reason while restraining compassion and justice, McKnight's conviction inspired similar prosecutions o...

DNA barcoding reveals the mislabeling of fish in a popular tourist destination in Brazil.

The consumption of raw fish has increased considerably in the West, since it is said to be potentially healthier than processed fish (for containing omega 3 and 6, essential amino acids and vitamins). However this potential benefit, as well as the taste, value and even the risk of extinction are not the same for all species of fish, constituting grounds for fraud. Using the principles of the DNA barcode we revealed mislabelling of fish in Japanese restaurants and fishmarkets in Florianópolis, a popular tou...

Trial registration in pediatric surgery trials.

Prospective clinical trial registration serves to increase transparency and to mitigate selective reporting bias. An assessment of adult surgical trials revealed poor trial registration practice with incomplete provision of information in registries and inconsistent information in the corresponding publication. The extent and completeness of pediatric surgical trial registration are unknown. We aimed to determine the proportion and adequacy of clinical trial registration in pediatric surgery trials publishe...

Methods for delivering the UK's multi-centre prison-based naloxone-on-release pilot randomised trial (N-ALIVE): Europe's largest prison-based randomised controlled trial.

Naloxone is an opioid antagonist used for emergency resuscitation following opioid overdose. Prisoners with a history of heroin use by injection have a high risk of drug-related death in the first weeks after prison-release. The N-ALIVE trial was planned as a large prison-based randomised controlled trial (RCT) to test the effectiveness of naloxone-on-release in the prevention of fatal opiate overdoses soon after release. The N-ALIVE pilot trial was conducted to test the main trial's assumptions on recruitm...

Results of an Oncology Clinical Trial Nurse Role Delineation Study.

To evaluate the relevance of a five-dimensional model of clinical trial nursing practice in an oncology clinical trial nurse population. 

False confessions: How can psychology so basic be so counterintuitive?

Recent advances in DNA technology have shined a spotlight on thousands of innocent people wrongfully convicted for crimes they did not commit-many of whom had been induced to confess. The scientific study of false confessions, which helps to explain this phenomenon, has proved highly paradoxical. On the one hand, it is rooted in reliable core principles of psychology (e.g., research on reinforcement and decision-making, obedience to authority, and confirmation biases). On the other hand, false confessions a...

Searching for Trial Protocols: a comparison of methods.

Registration and publication of trial protocols has become increasingly important and a requirement in some sources of funding and publication. Increased access to protocols yields many potential benefits, but there are issues regarding identification of published protocols. The aim of this investigation is to compare methods of retrieval for identifying trial protocols in a systematic review.

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