Tuesday, April 5, 2011

GSK paid $56.8 million for speaking fees in 2010 to US health care professionals

The UK's Telegraph is reporting GSK, Britain's biggest pharma company, "said it had paid $28.5m (£17.7m) in 2010 to institutions involved in 127 studies, with 595 different lead researchers. . . . The drug giant has previously given details on payments to speakers and in the latest figures, also revealed on Thursday, GSK said it paid out $56.8m last year to 5,331 US health care professionals for speaking on behalf of GSK or giving it advice."

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