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Follow the Money ACCME PROPOSES FIREWALL TO PROTECT CME The Accreditation Council for CME has proposed a policy to clarify the boundaries between accredited CME providers and commercial supporters, and to help ensure that CME activities are unbiased. It is specifically aimed at CME providers that are owned by, or do business with, "interested companies"--defined as corporate entities with proprietary or pecuniary interests in health care products or services. Addressing two areas of potential

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