While corporations from Enron to WorldCom are feeling the heat for unethical business practices, few have their feet held to the fire for their improprieties — including those at meetings — like the pharmaceutical industry. ABC's Peter Jennings recently excoriated the industry on national television, and newspapers, including the Washington Post and the Boston Globe, slammed pharmaceutical supporters and exhibitors for perceived ethical malpractice at the American Psychiatric Association's ...

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