Having toiled in the vineyards of CME for most of my long career, I am all too familiar with the views of those who find little to like about our CME system, particularly the commercial support process. Charges of bias, promotion disguised as education, special interests, fraud and abuse, and undue influence have taken time and attention away from our ability to do what we do best — educate physicians and the healthcare team for the benefit of patients and the public health. The recent ...

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