NIH's Collins Introduces Conflict-of-Interest Changes | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Along with several enhancements being considered for its policy on dealing with financial conflicts of interest, the National Institutes of Health is making plans that will shift much of the responsibility for transparency away from the individual and to the institutions they work for, NIH Director Francis Collins said today.

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