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Article analysis for BLG 699 F 2017 BLG 699 In Class Article Reflections Summary Worksheet Directions : Complete one Article Summary Worksheet for each article read/discussed in the class. Total Points – 10 Weightage – 1% Bibliographic Information (0.5 point) Author(s) of article: David Bruser (News Reporter), Jesse Mclean (Investigative reporter) Title of article: Canadians kept in dark about defective drugs Name of magazine, journal, newspaper, website, etc. containing the article : “The Star” Date article was published and page number: Thursday September 11 th 2014 Summary Information Briefly state the main idea or thesis presented in this article: (50-100 words) ( 1.5 points) The main idea of this news report is how North American citizens who use prescription drugs have been put at great risks by those companies’ who are creating these drugs. Some of these pharmaceutical companies have sold their drugs KNOWING that their products are defective. They have also hidden and destroyed cases or test data proving their product is unsafe or not reported side effects of the drugs they created . Summarize the most important information, ideas, facts, etc. presented in this article: (250 words maximum)- ( 2 points ) Page 1 of 3 Name ____James Matusinec________________________ Date: 13/11/17
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