Monday, October 22, 2007

No Big Surprise

It probably isn't going to come as a shock to you that a new study reports almost 2/3 of the academic leaders at medical schools and teaching hospitals have financial ties to industry, frequently drug companies. This type of personal financial relationship with pharmaceutical firms and manufacturers of medical devices are used to influence doctors, so now they can pass on their prepaid bias to the next generation of doctors.

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