This article from London’s Daily Telegraph reports that a psychiatrist often picked by the BBC as a talking head Tonmoy Sharma is being struck off the medical register for fraud and misconduct, including pretending to be a PhD when he wasn’t. After a ten-month hearing process, he was found guilty of “serious professional misconduct”. He was found to have acted unprofessionally in relation to five major studies between 1997 and 2003, involving four Big Pharma companies, including Eli Lilly and the Janssen Research Foundation.
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