Other notable sessions included the opening keynote by J. David Haddox, DDS, MD, vice president, Health Policy, Purdue Pharma LP, who sprinkled Mark Twain quotes into his exploration of bias and conflict of interest. He also proposed that COI isn’t all about financial relationships and that perhaps there should be two types of disclosures—one financial, and one of the nonfinancial relationships that could bias faculty and others involved in CME. As he said, “I am human. ...

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