With physician/pharmaceutical company relations under an unrelenting media spotlight, medical community leaders are increasingly concerned about rooting out ethical violations in CME. For-profit medical education and communication companies are frequent targets.

“We have turned down some business because a commercial supporter wanted us to do something we could not do.”

To dispel some of the misperceptions and encourage a produ

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