University of California, San Francisco: Drug Industry Document Archive


This archive is one that will be of particular importance to those with
an interest in public health, public policy, and the general activities
of pharmaceutical companies. The Drug Industry Document Archive (DIDA)
was created by the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and it
contains over 1500 documents related to pharmaceutical industry clinical
trials, publication of study results, pricing, marketing, and relations
with physicians. Many of these documents were previously secret, and
were only made public as a result of lawsuits filed against a number of
prominent pharmaceutical companies. First-time visitors may wish to
start by clicking on "The Documents" link on the homepage. Here they can
read about some of the crucial lawsuits that generated the documents
featured in this archive. [KMG] 


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