Is true that corporate funded research is often far from truth?

Over the last two decades, government and non-profit funding has witnessed a significant decline while Industry or corporate funded research has seen a global growth. Two-thirds of medical research is now dominated by corporates since they fund it and that does not make things any good for the medical community. However, this practice is growing increasingly common among all prominent industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceutical, etc.

Because of this interference of other industries in the medical community, the research conducted is often not accurate or based on facts. It has been alleged that industries fund for research to pave the results in their favor although the funders has always been denying. This manipulation tamper’s with the trust of the funder’s consumer since they never really get to know the real deal and have to trust what the tampered results have to discuss.

Reference Link: https://theconversation.com/when-big-companies-fund-academic-research-the-truth-often-comes-last-119164


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