Medical device maker settles conflict inquiry in New Jersey
New York Times, May 7, 2009
The New Jersey attorney general has announced a settlement with a medical device maker accused of failing to disclose financial conflicts of interest among doctors researching its products. The attorney general's office said it had issued subpoenas to five major device makers, although it did not publicly identify the companies.
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