Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Ethics survey of docs (2 out of 10 docs put money before patient welfare)

The New York Times health blog is reporting that "a new study of thousands of doctors found that just 8 of 10 strongly agreed that they should put patient welfare before their own financial interests. And 4 of 10 did not think they needed to inform their patients about any financial conflicts of interest with pharmaceutical companies."  The report is below.


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