More than a year later, new AMA conflicts policy still in works
Wall Street Journal Health Blog, July 30, 2009
For more than a year, the American Medical Association has been drafting a new ethics policy aiming to limit industry influence on continuing education for doctors. But the organization's House of Delegates has rejected two proposals, and its ethics committee will take up the issue again in late August.
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