Doctors Take Fewer Handouts From Pharmaceutical, Device MakersPat Wechsler
About four-fifths of U.S. doctors in a survey said they took gifts or money from drug and medical-device makers last year, a drop from 94 percent in 2004, after medical schools and hospitals adopted tougher rules.
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