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Jerome P. Kassirer

A cure for public distrust

By Jerome P. Kassirer
July 27, 2006

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RECENT NEWS STORIES have focused on physicians who failed to disclose financial ties to a company whose products they have touted. Journals that failed to warn readers about such arrangements have been disparaged; and so has the Food and Drug Administration, for the same reason. In fact, there is plenty of blame to go around: Companies would prefer such ties ... (Full article: 668 words)

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