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Study raises concerns over disclosure in health stories

Health journalists used to covering studies in the Journal of the American Medical Association recently found themselves on the receiving end of a scientific inquiry in the peer-reviewed publication.

And the results were not pretty.

The news media often fail to report when drug company funding is used for studies of medications, according to a study, published in the Oct. 1 issue , by doctors at the Cambridge Health Alliance in Cambridge, Mass., a hospital system affiliated with Harvard and Tufts universities' medical schools.

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