There have always been faculty members who omit or outright lie about commercial relationships on the disclosure form; and speakers who won't return your calls or send in forms and materials by the deadline. And everyone seems to have a horror story about a speaker who turns into a one-man pharmaceutical company band once the mike's in hand. Now, with increasing commercial support available for honoraria causing speakers to expect — or even demand — higher speaking fees, working with faculty ...

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