Study Finds Conflicts of Interest in Medical Research
Conflicts of interest in clinical research tests are common, and not always disclosed, according to a large national survey of academics on institutional review boards.
The first-of-its-kind review of the boards -- which are charged with making sure patients aren't harmed by experiments -- will likely fuel the debate over how research integrity is affected when clinical investigators have financial ties to companies that pay for testing.
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