[Ip-health] Fwd: Is the DSM-5 a vehicle for high-profit patent extensions?
suerie.moon at gmail.com
Fri Jan 24 23:14:16 PST 2014
Hi all, I thought this article might be of interest to ip-health readers,
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> Is the DSM-5 a vehicle for high-profit patent extensions?
> The Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics is very proud to announce a new publication by Lab Fellow Lisa Cosgrove in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, on the institutional corruption of psychiatry and the pharmaceutical industry: "Tripartite Conflicts of Interest and High Stakes Patent Extensions in the DSM-5." The article has been chosen as Editors Choice no. 1 and will be made open access in next month's issue.
> This study provides new data on the interlocking conflicts of interest between DSM-5 panel members, principal investigators of clinical trials for drugs being tested for new mental disorder indications, and drug companies poised to manufacture the drugs for those indications.
> We hope that you will read and share this important article, and tune in for our next podcast, in which Lisa Cosgrove and Gregg Fields will discuss this research further..
> For press inquiries, please contact Lisa Cosgrove at lisa.cosgrove at umb.edu
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