Do Conflicts of Interest Undermine FDA Approval Decisions?
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
Diana Zuckerman says that the latest attempt by the US Food and Drug Administration to prevent conflicts of interest among its advisory committee members is still inadequate.
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