I am against avocation of scientists because this often leads to biased results and that Is not objective. An example of this can be found, according to Dr. Rothman from the American journal of public health,is the tobacco industry in the 1950s wanted away to combat the rising scientific claims that smoking is bad for you. They hired scientists and if they did not make reports that showed what the tobacco industry wanted, they fired the scientists. This tactic of biased data is not scientific and does not let all voices be heard only the ones that are popular or that have a lot of money backing it up. Advocate Scientists can lead to bad policies being enacted, especially if the data was biased.
Rothman, D. J. (2012). Consequences of industry relationships for public health and medicine. American journal of public health, 102(1), 55.
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