More medical schools beef up conflicts policies
Wall Street Journal Health Blog, June 17, 2009
More medical schools are improving their conflict-of-interest policies to police their ties with drug and medical-device makers, according to the latest ratings from the American Medical Student Association and the Pew Prescription Project, which grade medical schools on such policies. But more than half the schools still have inadequate policies or no policies at all, the organizations found.
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