The Government has widened its probe into CME. Two months after the United States Senate Finance Committee issued its CME report, the Senate Special Committee on Aging held a hearing about conflict of interest created by industry's educational grants and relationships with physicians. Here's the opening line of the June 27 Washington Post story covering the hearing: “Drug companies have become the biggest sponsors of continuing medical education courses in recent years, even at the nation's ...

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