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The Future of Medical Care

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Published on May 29, 2009

David Healy, psychiatrist and Cardiff University professor addresses the question: Can Industrialized and Marketized Healthcare be Made Universally Available?

(Mar 25, 2009 at Cornell University)

David Healy has long been an outspoken critic of the pharmaceutical industry's influence on the practice of medicine, arguing that Prozac and SSRIs (selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors) can lead to suicide, and calling attention to the amount of ghost writing in current scientific literature. During his Mar. 25, 2009 visit to Cornell, Healy discussed the role of the pharmaceutical industry in modern medicine and the inherent conflict between its support of evidence-based medicine and the evidence that few modern best-selling drugs actually deliver medical benefits superior to older, cheaper alternatives.

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