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Jeanne Lenzer works as an independent journalist and occasional medical editor. In this capacity she has been paid by many outlets, such as the BMJ, Discover, The Atlantic, The New Republic, Mother Jones, The American Prospect, USA Today, Newsweek Japan, The Independent on Sunday, Slate, Huffington Post, the American College of Emergency Physicians, InteliHealth, John Snow, Inc. She is currently receiving a salary from the Institute for Family Health, which provides medical care to patients regardless of insurance or income. She has received speaker’s fees and travel expenses from academic and professional physician groups and journalism groups. She does not accept pay or gratuities from drug or device makers, health insurance companies, or attorneys. She does not have any known investments in these groups, but does have a small retirement fund through TIAA-CREF, a fund for academics and teachers.