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Sweet Deals: Soda Companies Sponsor National Health And Medical Organizations

Warning. If you already feel too cynical about life, don't read this story. It contains factual fodder for the claim that our nation's health agenda is often dictated by corporate profit, not public wellbeing. It further erodes the hopeful but increasingly naive belief that the government or the FDA or at the very least organizations like the Center for Disease Control or the National Institutes of Health have our back.
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