Journal policy on research funded by the tobacco industry

BMJ, , London, UK.
Thorax (Impact Factor: 8.29). 10/2013; 68(12). DOI: 10.1136/thoraxjnl-2013-204531
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    • "Journals in the fields of tobacco, alcohol and pharmaceuticals research insist that vested interests are identified (Casswell, 2013). Indeed, the BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) 'will not consider for publication any study that is partly or wholly funded by the tobacco industry' (Godlee et al., 2013). In gambling studies it is virtually impossible to detect corporate interests, even in research published in peer reviewed journals. "
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