Roy Moynihan

Award-winning journalist, author, and documentary maker Ray Moynihan is an internationally
recognized health writer, a visiting editor with the British Medical Journal, and a conjoint lecturer
at the University of Newcastle. He has a global reputation for writing critically about the dangers of
modern medicine and how to reform it.

His 2005 book Selling Sickness: How the World’s Biggest Pharmaceutical Companies Are Turning
Us All into Patients (co-written with Alan Cassels and published by Nation Books) has been successfully
sold in many nations, including the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, and across Asia
and Europe. It is being translated into Japanese, Chinese, Italian, Greek, and Spanish, among other
languages; it has inspired several TV and radio documentaries; and it was shortlisted for a Walkley
and Queensland Premier Award. November 2008