Hey, They're Not All Bad — While researching this issue's cover story on working with CME faculty (see page 38), I heard more than a few horror stories about unethical docs looking for fame and fortune through educational speaking engagements. I shared some of the stories with my husband Bob, who runs the U.S. subsidiary of a Swedish medical device firm. Having been to many medical meetings, he was shocked and appalled at the behind-the-scenes manipulation that occurs. “What CME needs is ...

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