Dear Editor: Your opening editorial in the September/October 2001 issue of Medical Meetings has recently come to my attention. I was shocked by the way you related my comments. They were completely out of context. The inference was that I was against the pharmaceutical industry being involved in Continuing Medical Education activities, when in fact I was a strong advocate for the industry's role in the CME process. I emphasized that those of us who are providers of CME activities have to be ...

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