In a special communication published in the April 1, 2009, issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, physician leaders called on professional medical associations to sever most of their ties with drug with and device companies. In the article, "Professional Medical Associations and Their Relationships with Industry: A Proposal for Controlling Conflict of Interest," the authors say that because medical associations have wide-ranging influence over healthcare policy, they must ...

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