Corrupt Conflicts or Successful Synergies? Are Patients Being Shortchanged?

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Are conflicts of interest (COI) between industry and physicians inherently corrupt? Or, have these relationships been to the primary benefit of accelerating innovation and ensuring the best patient outcome? Have we moved from innocent until proven guilty to guilty under all circumstances with pharmaceutical or medical devices industry relationships with physicians?  Jonathan Sackier discusses this on the Doctor’s Channel.

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One response to “Corrupt Conflicts or Successful Synergies? Are Patients Being Shortchanged?

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