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What this anecdote illustrates is that people like to think of themselves as superior to their colleages. Unfortunately, that's where its evidentiary character is exhausted - and that's a bit of the problem. The real issue shouldn't be "bias due to industry sponsorship", but "scientific quality of the research".

This is a very beautiful and interesting article
The most educating one i have read today!

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