He may not have been breathing fire and brimstone, but industry collaboration advocate and director of the Division of Translational Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston; and Harvard Medical School Professor Thomas Stossel, MD, gave what amounted to a secular sermon on the benefits of commercial investment in healthcare at the 15th Annual Global Alliance for Medical Education Meeting in June. His central question: “Is commercialization a good thing or not (with ‘good’ being an ...

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