ProPublica, a nonprofit journalism outfit that has been digging for dirt on physician/pharma relationships since it started its “Dollars for Docs” series late last year, flung another shovelful this spring in the form of an article that excoriates a medical society for having the audacity to charge for booth space and sponsorship opportunities at its annual meeting. Specifically, the reporters focused on the Heart Rhythm Society’s annual meeting, whose take of more ...

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