Antidepressant JAMA flap and CME

You've probably heard about the flap in JAMA over an article it published on the use of antidepressants in pregnant women, where many of the researchers had ties to antidepressant makers. Today I ran across this editorial, which says the researchers also took their show on the road:

    It wasn't enough for Dr. Cohen and his friends to author the study while covering up payments that may have clouded the authors' view of the facts, however. They took their show on the road. One of my favorites was titled "Continuing Medical Education You Can Trust," sponsored by Harvard.
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