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Seattle Times staff reporters Susan Kelleher and Duff Wilson interviewed more than 140 doctors, patients, medical analysts, regulatory officials...
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Seattle Times staff reporters Susan Kelleher and Duff Wilson interviewed more than 160 doctors, patients, medical analysts, regulatory officials and other experts for "Suddenly Sick."
They traveled to Europe, Canada and around the country, obtaining records and interviews with patients, officials with the World Health Organization, and doctors attending medical conferences.
The series also relied on thousands of pages of medical-journal articles, financial disclosures by researchers, cost-benefit studies by government and industry groups, Securities and Exchange Commission records, transcripts of Food and Drug Administration hearings, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office filings, and tax returns filed by not-for-profit foundations with the Internal Revenue Service.
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Reporters: Susan Kelleher, Duff Wilson
(Duff Wilson reported and wrote this story while working for The Seattle Times. He now reports for The New York Times.)
Photographer: Harley Soltes
Graphics: Aldo Chan, Whitney Stensrud
Web producer: Tracy Cutchlow
Web designer: Carlin Pressnall
Designer: Ted Basladynski
Photo editor: Fred Nelson
Database reporting: Justin Mayo
Research: Gene Balk, Miyoko Wolf, Cheryl Morningstar
Copy editor: Jerry Holloron
Editors: David Boardman, James Neff