UMich First to Reject Drug Companies' Funding for Continuing Medical Education

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In January , the University of Michigan Medical School will implement a new policy eliminating industry funding for continuing medical education courses which the university provides. The school’s dean said faculty “wanted education to be free from bias, to be based on the best evidence and a balanced view of the topic under discussion.”

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