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Conflict Avoidance

THE ISSUANCE OF the new Standards for Commercial Support in September 2004 and subsequent official, unofficial, and company-specific interpretations have produced yet another round of concern and finger-pointing among those involved in CME. Central to the debate is the definition, identification, and resolution of conflict of interest in relationships between faculty involved in the CME activity and commercial supporters of educational events. The potential for conflict of interest

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