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The WSJ is calling for "a national reporting system in which drug companies disclose payments to doctors" after investigations by Iowa Senator Charles Grassley revealed huge discrepancies between what doctors at Harvard and Mass Gen said they received from pharma companies and what they actually did. The revised totals came in at more than $1 million dollars for each doctor between 2000 and 2007.

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