CME providers are applauding the recently updated and reissued ethical code of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America(PhRMA), formerly called the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers of America. Called the Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals, it replaces PhRMA's decade-old original ethical code, which was developed in reaction to the then-new American Medical Association's Ethical Opinion on Gifts to Physicians from Industry. The nine-point document, available online ...

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