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Ray Moynihan is an Australian researcher, health journalist, documentary-maker and author. Employed for many years as an investigative journalist at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, he has also worked for the Australian Financial Review and is currently a visiting editor at the British Medical Journal, a correspondent for Radio New Zealand and a conjoint lecturer at the University of Newcastle. His stories regularly appear in the BMJ, The Australian, Crikey and the ABC.in Australia. Moynihan is a prolific public speaker.

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by Moynihan, Ray
Sydney : ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1998
 
 
Yao huo = Selling sickness : how the drug companies are turning us all into patients / Lei·Monihan, Alan·Kasaier zhu ; Shang Fei, Sun Wen, Wen Ying yi
药祸 = Selling sickness : how the drug companies are turning us all into patients / 雷·莫尼汉, 阿兰·卡塞尔著 ; 尚飞, 孙雯, 文英译
Uniform title: Selling sickness : how the drug companies are turning us all into patients. Chinese
by Moynihan, Ray
Hefei Shi : Anhui ren min chu ban she, 2007
合肥市 : 安徽人民出版社, 2007
 
 
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