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Who pays for the pizza? Redefining the relationships between doctors and drug companies. 1: Entanglement

British Medical Journal: BMJ, International edition; London Vol. 326, Iss. 7400,  (May 31, 2003): 1189-92.

Abstract (summary)

UCSF currently has a reputation for one of the strictest policies in the United States on financial ties between researchers and study sponsors-for two reasons. Firstly, most other institutions don't regard researchers' relations with individual companies that are worth less than $10 000 in any given year as a notable tie and hence don't require their disclosure-whereas at UCSF researchers with any outside tie worth more than $250 must disclose it to the institution.

Indexing (details)


Title
Who pays for the pizza? Redefining the relationships between doctors and drug companies. 1: Entanglement
Author
Moynihan, Ray
Publication title
British Medical Journal: BMJ, International edition; London
Publication date
May 31, 2003
Volume
326
Issue
7400
Pages
1189-92
Source type
Scholarly Journal
Language of publication
English
Document type
Feature, Journal Article
Copyright
Copyright BMJ Publishing Group May 31, 2003