The Harvard Medical School’s Faculty of Medicine Committee on Conflicts of Interest issued a report last month on its review of the school’s 20-year-old COI policy. The policy, according to the report, seeks to reinforce the “essential principle: Interactions between academia and industry are crucial to science and to facilitating the translation of knowledge from the research bench to the hospital bedside.” Noting the heightened scrutiny of industry-faculty collaboration lately,the report ...

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