Posted on February 25th, 2010 by Kelley Luckstein
More than half of the nation’s medical residency programs to train doctors in internal medicine accepted financial support from the drug industry…
The article was published Monday in the Web version of The Archives of Internal Medicine…
Dr. Furman S. McDonald, a co-author of the survey report and director of internal medicine residency at the Mayo Clinic, said it was unclear whether the lower test scores indicated a lack of overall support for the residency programs that took industry money, or a negative effect from the information being imparted by the pharmaceutical industry.
NY Times, by Duff Wilson, 2/23/2010
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