The Stanford University School of Medicine adopted a new policy that says it will no longer accept commercial support for specific activities in continuing medical education. The policy went into effect September 1. It’s not a complete ban of commercial support. The school may still accept grants from pharmaceutical and medical device companies as long as they are for broad areas, such as medical, pediatric, and surgical specialties; diagnostic and imaging technologies; or health policy and ...

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