Papers reveal push on drug firm funds
Boston Globe, November 25, 2008
Newly disclosed court documents portray a leading Harvard child psychiatrist as courting drug company money by promising that his work at Massachusetts General Hospital would help promote the use of antipsychotic drugs for youngsters diagnosed with bipolar disorder. The doctor is one of the central figures in the growing legal and political backlash against potential conflicts of interest in medicine. Massachusetts General Hospital said it would thoroughly investigate the allegations against him.
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