March 31, TBS Staff. During my decade-long career as an academic ghostwriter, I used to tell people that I'd have no idea how to make a living as a writer without the Internet. I really tried, too. Print was not only tough to break into in the early s.
I can still remember the first time I saw my byline in print. When I started writing books, the thrill was even bigger. I never considered ghostwriting. No thanks. I was working long hours, yet making less money than I had before, when I was writing only articles.
When we stated that professor Richard Eastell was involved in a 'ghost written' paper published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research we did not mean to suggest that, as lead author of that paper, he had no involvement in writing it. We are happy to make clear that the GMC case concerned one sentence in the paper which stated that "all authors had full access to the data and analyses". A GMC hearing on November 5 found this sentence was misleading as only one of the authors, a drug company statistician, had access to the raw data but that it was not a deliberate misrepresentation. The GMC confirmed that Professor Eastell was lead author of the paper and cleared him of any dishonesty or misconduct.
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