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Letter to the Editor

Reply to Letter to the Editor “Continuing Dialogue on Incentive Bias”

Charles B. Nemeroff, and The Publishers

Published: October 15, 1997

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Letter to the Editor

Sir: There is little doubt that it makes sense and is right for readers of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) or for that matter, any journal, to be aware that a journal supplement is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from the pharmaceutical industry. I take no issue with this recommendation and heartily endorse it.

However, I do take issue with several of the other comments made by Jefferson, Greist, and Katzelnick in the space above. In particular, I take strong exception to the implication that my article published in JCP was influenced by a pharmaceutical sponsor. This is simply not the case, and frankly I am surprised that such experienced psychopharmacologists as Jefferson and Greist would take such a position.

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