Commentary


Featured on PRN, The Progressive Radio Network, It’s All About Food with Caryn Hartglass, Gmos Decoded, June 2019

Featured on Stossel TV, Designer Babies, June 2019

Monsanto Roundup Cancer Lawsuit Raises Questions about EPA, Herbicides and Ethics,” Salon, August 9, 2018

Monsanto’s Ghostwriting and Strong-Arming Threaten Sound Science—and Society,” Environmental Health News, June 26, 2018

Roots and Sickness, DNA Testing to Know Yourself is Big and Privacy is Okay?,” Asahi Globe, Japan, World Now, June 30, 2018

Pulling Back the Curtain on DNA Ancestry Tests,” Tufts Now, January 26, 2018

Under Fire, National Academies Toughen Conflict-Of-Interest Policies,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 25, 2017

On Designer Babies,” Sheldon Krimsky, Tufts Magazine, 2013

Author’s Voice: Sheldon Krimsky,” Tufts Magazine, Winter 2011

DNA and Justice Denied,” LA Times OP-ED, December 22, 2010

At One University, Tobacco Money is Not Taboo,” New York Times, May 22, 2008

Les Falsifications Dues au Sponsoring Sont Une Réalité,” Fonds National Suisse, Horizons, September 2006

Under Pressure, Medical Journals Tighten Disclosure Rules,” Massachusetts Medical Law report, Autumn 2006

The Temptations of Corporate Funding,” Trusteeship, March/April 2004

Science on Trial,” GeneWatch 16(5):3-6, October 2003

He Supplies Ammunition to Fight Commercialization of Science,” Boston Globe, December 30, 2003

Uncoupling Campus and Company,” New York Times, September 23, 2003

Can Scientists and Physicians Come to Grips with Conflicts of Interest?,” Research USA Issue No. 8, September 15, 2003

A Conflict of Interest,” New Scientist 179:21, August 30, 2003

Advice Without Consent,” Science 298:703, October 25, 2003

Becoming Moral by Degrees,” Boston Sunday Globe, May 13, 2001

Scientists Often Mum About Ties to Industry,” New York Times, April 25, 2001

Study links researchers to money,” USA Today, February 19, 1997

4 Needed Rules for Fetal-Tissue Use,” Boston Globe, January 3, 1989